If you love building and leading teams, start your own business with an Amazon, delivering smiles to customers across your community.
Amazon is looking for hands-on leaders who are passionate about hiring and coaching great teams. With low startup costs, built-in demand, and access to Amazon's technology and logistics experience, this is an opportunity to build and grow a successful package delivery business.
The Amazon is unveiling a program meant to fuel the creation of hundreds of new package-delivery businesses that can help Amazon handle the fast growth that its U.S. retail business continues to enjoy. Amazon says the program will offer new partnering delivery companies access to discounted rates on everything from fuel to vehicle insurance to delivery vans, as well as coaching from Amazon and an app to guide delivery people on which order should be dropped off.
As part of the launch, Amazon is also introducing its own Amazon-branded delivery vans that partner companies can lease, as well as uniforms that delivery partners can outfit their drivers. Amazon claims that new partners can start up their business for as little as $10,000 — an amount that the company will reimburse to businesses founded by U.S. military veterans.
Successful Owners Can Expect
The Business With Amazon Advantage
Low startup costs
Start your business with as little as $10,000.
Logistics experience not required
Use our technology, processes, and more than 20 years of logistics experience to set up and run your delivery business.
Focus on people, not sales
Amazon’s packages keep your business growing, so you can focus on building a great team and delivering without worrying about driving sales.
Support when you need it
Amazon’s experience is behind you every step of the way, from hands-on training to on-demand support to ensure your operation runs smoothly.
Delight thousands of customers every day as an essential part of Amazon, the most customer-centric company on Earth.
Is This The Right Business Opportunity For You?
If you’re a customer-obsessed people person who loves coaching teams in a high speed, ever-changing environment, becoming an Amazon Delivery Service Partner is an ideal opportunity for you. As an owner, you will operate with 20-40 vans and have 40-100 employees.
You’ll be fully responsible for hiring and developing a team of high-performing, hardworking drivers, while we take care of getting you set up and ready to operate out of an Amazon delivery station in your city. You’ll be expected to provide consistent coaching and support for your team to ensure the successful delivery of packages in a 7 days/week, 365 days/year operation.
What You Do
Set up your business
Use our suite of exclusive deals to acquire the assets you need to start your business, and work with our network of top-in-class service providers to keep your business rolling.
Build your team
You’re a coach. This is your team. As you set up your business, the most important step you’ll take is recruiting and retaining solid drivers that will enable the ongoing success of your operation.
Your team of drivers will deliver between 20-40 routes per day. Serving thousands of customers daily isn’t easy, but the smiles are incredibly rewarding.
Create your team culture
Your can-do attitude ensures your business reflects Amazon’s high standards and customer-obsessed culture. Motivate your team to exceed expectations on every delivery through coaching and development.
Grow your business
Deliver a great customer experience to gain more opportunities to hire more people, and deliver additional packages to further grow your business.
What Amazon Does
Get you started
Our exclusive deals on Amazon-branded vans, comprehensive insurance, industrial-grade handheld devices, and other services help you get your delivery business up and running.
We provide three weeks of hands-on training to ensure you’re set up for success, starting with a one-week introduction to Amazon in Seattle, followed by two weeks in the field working alongside the community of existing owners and drivers to learn the tips and tricks of operating a successful delivery business from those who know it best.
Give you a comprehensive toolkit
We give you all the tools and technology you’ll need to run your business, including daily processes designed to keep your operation running smoothly.
Offer on-demand support
Owners receive ongoing support from Amazon, which includes a comprehensive operations manual, driver assistance for on-road issues, and a dedicated account manager.
Share our experience
Amazon shares more than 20 years of technological and logistics experience to guide you in one of the fastest-growing industries in the world.
The Russian energy and finance ministries agreed with oil companies to start cutting the export duty on crude gradually, to bring it from the current 30 percent to zero over the next six years.
The Russian energy and finance ministries agreed with oil companies to start cutting the export duty on crude gradually, to bring it from the current 30 percent to zero over the next six years, government sources told Reuters.
The duty will be cut by 5 percent annually over the period, as part of a wider tax reform that seeks to replace the export duties and mineral resources extraction taxes with a single tax based on the profits that oil companies in Russia make.
Currently, the oil export duty is tied to oil prices, and calculations for May saw it 6 percent higher than in April, at US$118.5 per ton of oil, based on a price of US$65.80 per barrel.
The idea of phasing out the export duties is not new. Last year, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said the end of the duty will come no earlier than 2022-2025. Now, the six-year phase-out plan will see it gone by 2023. This compares to earlier and much more ambitious plans to have it scrapped by 2020.
The oil industry in Russia is backing the tax reform, which will make it easier for the government to collect taxes from the companies directly instead of calculating export duties. For the oil companies, it would be simpler, too, and a direct profit-based tax would encourage higher production as it would be more directly linked to exploration costs and risks, Reuters reported back in March 2017.
The tax overhaul is also connected to plans announced by central bank governor Elvira Nabiullina in 2016 to reduce the federal budget’s reliance on the exports of mineral resources. The plan was announced at the height of the oil price crisis. At the time, Nabiullina admitted this will not be an easy or smooth process, but it could contribute to the country’s economic growth.
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