- Amazon (AMZN) has ensconced its workers in seven Procter & Gamble (PG) warehouses, where they ship consumer staples such as Pampers diapers and Bounty paper towels directly to consumers.
- Under a program called Vendor Flex, Amazon has had this exclusive under-the-radar relationship with Procter & Gamble for three years. The e-commerce giant is also located inside, or is in talks to enter, the warehouses of other suppliers, including Kimberley Clark (KMB).
- The deal between Amazon and P&G enables the former to cut the costs of shipping and storing goods, and better compete on prices, while P&G gets to boost its online sales.
Amazon workers shipping goods from inside P&G
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