India Post has released its first ever eCommerce centric ‘My Stamp’ with Amazon India to signify 3 years of its relationship with the eRetailer.
This announcement coincides with the ecommerce marketplace’s third anniversary in the country.
Releasing the stamp Usha Chandrashekar, Chief Post Master General, Bangalore, Karnataka Circle said, “This is the first time that the Department of Post has released ‘My Stamp’ to commemorate a milestone with an eCommerce marketplace. The launch reinforces the Amazon and India Post relationship.”
‘My Stamp’ is customised stamp on which any one can get their photo published on one side. The picture on the postage stamp features a boy carrying a box with Amazon.in written on it.
“We wish Amazon all the best as it celebrates it’s third anniversary and would like to say that it is a step to the fulfillment of the aspirations of the people in rural India,” she added.
India Post is one of the prime carriers that Amazon India uses as a delivery channel. Amazon.in services customers in over 19,000 pin-codes through 155,000 post-offices which includes a majority of outlets in rural areas across all 35 states and union territories in India.
The collaboration has ensured fast, convenient and reliable deliveries to customers across the country.
Amazon uses India Post as a delivery channel. The company gets access to service customers in over 19,000 pin-codes through 1,55,000 post-offices which includes a majority of outlets in rural areas across all 35 states and union territories in the country.
Commenting on the launch, Amit Agarwal, Vice President and Country Manager, Amazon India said, “Over the last three years we have relentlessly focused on providing customers with massive selection, fast and reliable delivery, and a trustworthy shopping experience. India Post has been a valuable partner to us and we look forward to our continued association as we endeavor to transform the way India buys and sells.”