It’s becoming clearer than ever that Amazon is developing a 3rd-party logistics service to edge out FedEx and UPS now that Stamps.com has dumped USPS

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Stamps.com announced in a call to investors on Thursday that it would end its partnership with the US Postal Service. The internet postage company, which sells box labels, stamps, and other shipping services, has been partnered exclusively with USPS since 1996, when the website started. As for its new partners, Stamps.com CEO Ken McBride aggressively highlighted Amazon as a major disruptor in delivery services: “We need to work with Amazon , and really everybody needs to work with Amazon.” As the online destination to buy stamps, postal labels, and other shipping services, Stamps.com is for many synonymous with the US Postal Service. But Stamps.com is now dumping the Postal Service. Stamps.com, which generated $536.9 million in revenue last year, […]

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