Amazon intends to significantly reduce the shipping costs for your company

Amazon intends to significantly reduce the shipping costs for your company ...

Amazon is planning to introduce a new version of its multi-channel shipping softwareVeeqo, which it believes would help ecommerce firms save a lot of money.

Veeqo can integrate with users'''' sales channels, including Amazon, but also with third-party channels such as eBay, Etsy, and Shopify, to provide access to discounted rates on services such as UPS, US Postal Service, DHL, and FedEx.

Veeqos'' "rate-shopping" feature allows buyers to select the lowest shipping rate based on their size and weight.

How much does it cost?

Veeqo is now free under Amazon''s leadership, having previously cost $450 per month before being paid for an unknown sum in early 2022.

Sellers who ship via Veeqo will pay only for their carrier labels, without additional monthly fees.

Veeqo users are expected to acquire a host of new features under Amazon, including a comprehensive inventory management solution, which allows tracking and counting stock across locations.

Users will be eligible for additional reporting and forecasting capabilities, which will enable sellers to make stock decisions using data such as inventory performance, historical stock, and other financial information.

Veeqo is now available to Amazon sellers in the United States, with early access to the new features in advance of the entire introduction of the new features.

Existing UK-based sellers will receive free access to Veeqos'' legacy product starting today, with a complete and complete launch of the new features in the country.

The news comes as Amazon''s retail business in the United Kingdom is expanding at a pace that might see it become one of the UK''s largest private sector employers, which includes joining John Lewis and Alliance Boots, and exceeding the number of employees.

As part of a substantial employment push, Amazon has announced that it will create 4,000 new permanent positions in the United Kingdom, with a significant number of them coming at warehouses in London and Manchester.