Amazon India has announced the launch of Amazon Flex, a new opportunity for individuals to be their own boss, create their own schedule and earn INR 120 to 140 per hour delivering packages on behalf of Amazon. The program will work through an app will create tens of thousands of part-time opportunities for individuals to further their earning potential by delivering Amazon packages during their spare time.
How to apply?
Amazon Flex works in concert with the advanced logistics systems and technology that Amazon has been building. Interested delivery partners with two-wheelers can sign up, choose their own schedule, and deliver packages – all using the Amazon Flex app. Every delivery partner goes through a comprehensive background verification process and hands-on training before they begin delivering packages. All Amazon Flex participants are also covered under a Group Accident policy while making deliveries for Amazon. Interested individuals can visit https://flex.amazon.in for more details. Amazon Flex has been launched in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi and will expand to additional cities this year.
All customers on www.amazon.in and the Amazon mobile shopping app have easy and convenient access to over 170 million products across hundreds of categories. They benefit from a safe and secure ordering experience, convenient electronic payments, Cash on Delivery, Amazon’s 24×7 customer service support, and a globally recognized and comprehensive 100% purchase protection provided by Amazon’s A-to-Z Guarantee.
“We are proud to create opportunities for tens of thousands of individuals to further their earning potential with a flexible work option to be their own boss, create their own schedule and take advantage of Amazon technology to deliver packages,” explained Akhil Saxena Vice President – Asia Customer Fulfilment, Amazon. “While we continue to scale our existing delivery capabilities across the country, Amazon Flex will enable Amazon to continue growing our capacity to serve more customers and speed up deliveries.“
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