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Amazon Lifts Ban On Sellers To Use FedEx Ground For Prime Shipments

RTTNews Thursday, 16 January 2020
E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. withdrew its restrictions on third-party merchants from using FedEx Corp.'s Ground and Home services for Prime shipments, reports said citing an email sent to these sellers. The ban was issued in mid December during the peak holiday shopping season over concerns about performance and delivery time of the package delivery giant.
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Third-party sellers on Amazon can now use FedEx Ground shipping for Prime order deliveries again. Right before the holidays the company banned sellers from using the delivery service over performance issues.

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