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Amazon the world’s largest eCommerce company has signed a cargo capacity charter agreement with Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras. This cargo capacity charter covers the northern part of Brazil. Along with this, it is also coming to the fore that there is no mention of chartering the entire aircraft in the agreement.

According to a survey performed by the real estate consulting firm, one of the tendencies for the Brazilian logistics segment in the next months is a focus on delivery in the shortest time & at the lowest charge possible.

This needs a planned redesign of the companies’ work process, which contain investments not just in warehouses but also in the entire logistics network. Keeping in mind the responsibility of offering the best shopping experience to its customers while ensuring the security of its workers Amazon’s operations in Brazil are ground-breaking.

Through a network of people, services, trucks, logistical partners, air transfers, vans, motorbikes, & other links, the firm extends its network across the nation, allowing for fast and successful deliveries to its customers. “At Amazon, we look to offer the most excellent experience to customers from the North to the South of the country, preserving the protection & well-being of all persons involved in the course and delivery of packages. These are also significant values for Azul, and we recognize that having the services of the corporation with the biggest number of flights in Brazil is another significant step in our business strategy.

We promise to guarantee deliveries with the most excellent possible performance & timetable,” Said Alex Cristiano de Paula. Amazon, through its operations & third-party partners, serves 100% of the public districts in Brazil. In addition to the 1,400 corporate workers, there are thousands of connections in 12 Fulfillment Centers & 12 Delivery Stations around the nation. Airlines from the Azul Cargo proposal will deliver items from the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Cajamar (SP) to the objective in the North area.

The services presented by Azul Cargo, the major cargo corporation in Brazil, cover 300 routes to more than 150 Brazilian places from a fleet of around 160 aircraft. Amazon currently takes benefit of this breadth & connectivity of air networks to more optimize its deliveries in the nation. In addition, Azul Cargo’s 7 own aircraft cover nationalized routes with huge demand and all the security and speed that the market demands.