Devin Winnig, chief executive of eBay e-commerce, has revealed a new service that will help eBay to battle with Amazon. The company announced that it will be interested in shipping and placing orders through its online marketplace, eliminating the need for merchants selling on eBay to ship goods to customers on their own.
The move from the company is basically intended to make selling products on the site as easy as in Amazon, which has made its own internal shipping choice for years. “This is a way that will have implications, Many benefit from service giant in countless ways.
Once eBay controls shipping and execution, the products will automatically be packaged in their boxes, drawing attention to Amazon’s famous smile packs. “This will dramatically change the brand concept of the company and help people understand the size of the big eBay market,” Devin said.
The eBay cooperates with many shipping and logistics companies that have not yet announced their new managed delivery service, rather than doing so within the company.
The new delivery service, which will be launched in the United States next year, allows merchants to select the current eBay site for sellers with store partners in many US regions, so traders will be able to store stocks of popular products throughout the country early on , which increases the time it takes to reach someone’s threshold and reduce shipping costs.