Amazon has surpassed both UPS and FedEx to become the largest delivery business in the U.S. by parcel volumes, according to internal data. The e-commerce giant shipped over 4.8 billion packages in the U.S. before Thanksgiving in 2022, with projections to reach approximately 5.9 billion by year's end. This growth comes despite skepticism from logistics industry leaders in past years, with Amazon now outpacing traditional carriers.
FAQ: The Biggest Delivery Business in the U.S. Is No Longer UPS or FedEx - Fox Business
1. Which company has become the biggest delivery business in the U.S.? Amazon.com has become the biggest delivery business in the U.S., exceeding both UPS and FedEx in parcel volumes.
2. When did Amazon surpass UPS and FedEx in parcel volumes? The exact date is not specified, but the information was reported within the past 12 hours from the time of the article publication, which is referenced within 24 hours prior to now.
3. Does this mean UPS and FedEx are no longer significant players in the delivery market? UPS and FedEx remain significant players in the delivery market, but as per the Fox Business article, they have been surpassed by Amazon in terms of parcel volumes.
4. Can I find more details about Amazon's achievement over UPS and FedEx? Yes, more details can likely be found in the original Fox Business article on their website which reports the surpassing in parcel volumes by Amazon.
5. How has the postal service been affected by this change? The articles linked do not provide specific details about the impact on the postal service, but it is mentioned that the postal service remains the biggest delivery entity in terms of overall delivery capabilities, despite Amazon surpassing UPS and FedEx in parcel volumes.
For more information, you can visit the Fox Business website or the specific article: The Biggest Delivery Business in the U.S.