1. Amazon's air cargo was low-profit for FedEx. UPS has the same issue.  INSIDER
  2. Amazon Logistics needs $122B to beat FedEx or UPS: Goldman Sachs  Business Insider
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UPS depends far more on Amazon for revenue than FedEx does. But the high-volume business isn't necessarily high profit.UPS depends far more on Amazon for revenue than FedEx does. But the high-volume business isn't necessarily high profit.

Amazon's air cargo was low-profit for FedEx. UPS has the same issue. - INSIDER

“"UPS has been investing heavily into their network and they've got to pay for it. And Wall Street is putting the pressure on them, as well as on FedEx, as Amazon is looming over them," @cmroberson06 says. https://t.co/80qKW6IyYo”

Rachel Premack on Twitter: ""UPS has been investing heavily into their network and they've got to pay for it. And Wall Street is putting the pressure on them, as well as on FedEx, as Amazon is looming over them," @cmroberson06 says. https://t.co/80qKW6IyYo… https://t.co/nNFm9Vx29n"

“Goldman says @amazon threat to @UPS and @FedEx is overblown https://t.co/hofjPSaYlX”

Hayley Peterson on Twitter: "Goldman says @amazon threat to @UPS and @FedEx is overblown https://t.co/hofjPSaYlX"

“Is there a worse company than @PurolatorInc? Nothing works. Phone system menu? Nope. The chat? Nope. Have they ever delivered a package to me? Nope. Have UPS/fedex/Amazon, & Canada post? Yep. Do they have an easy location to pick up from? Nope. It’s not even in Toronto!”

pete johansson on Twitter: "Is there a worse company than @PurolatorInc? Nothing works. Phone system menu? Nope. The chat? Nope. Have they ever delivered a package to me? Nope. Have UPS/fedex/Amazon, & Canada post? Yep. Do they have an easy location to pick up from? Nope. It’s not even in Toronto!"

Amazon's puny network isn't a match for the logistics empire that UPS or FedEx have built, but Goldman Sachs wrote it's still "definitely a concern."Amazon's puny network isn't a match for the logistics empire that UPS or FedEx have built, but Goldman Sachs wrote it's still "definitely a concern."

Amazon Logistics needs $122B to beat FedEx or UPS: Goldman Sachs - Business Insider