Trump pushed Postmaster General to double Amazon fees
President Trump pushed U.S. Postmaster General Megan Brennan to twofold the rate charged to Amazon and different organizations to dispatch bundles.
Brennan has opposed, clarifying that the game plans are under contracts and need survey by an administrative commission.
Brennan additionally clarified that the association with Amazon is valuable for the Postal Service.
Amazon burned through $21.7B on transportation in 2017, which incorporates arranging, conveyance focus, and transport charges. Examiners think the Postal Service conveys around 40% of Amazon bundles.
The Postal Service revealed transporting and bundle wage of $19.5B a year ago (+12% Y/Y) yet lost cash essentially because of top of the line mail decreases.
Brennan has so far resisted Trump’s demand, explaining in multiple conversations occurring this year and last that these arrangements are bound by contracts and must be reviewed by a regulatory commission, the three people said. She has told the president that the Amazon relationship is beneficial for the Postal Service and gave him a set of slides that showed the variety of companies, in addition to Amazon, that also partner for deliveries.
Despite these presentations, Trump has continued to level criticism at Amazon. And last month, his critiques culminated in the signing of an executive order mandating a government review of the financially strapped Postal Service that could lead to major changes in the way it charges Amazon and others for package delivery.
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