Singapore taxis and Ubers are being used to get Amazon's new speedy service running on time ©123RF
Singapore taxis and Ubers are being used to get Amazon's new speedy service running on time ©123RF

Amazon uses Uber for Singapore deliveries

9 August 2017

Faced with a flood of orders since its launch last week, Amazon Singapore’s Prime Now service has turned to Uber and taxis drivers to make deliveries.

Singapore transport operator ComfortDelGro, the country’s largest fleet of 16,000 taxis, confirmed on its website that Amazon Prime made the bookings through its call centre.

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