Our first-rate delivery experience brings smiles to our customers' doorsteps.
We're increasing the speed of our delivery so we can get any product to any customer, anywhere, anytime.
Join us today. We look forward to working with you!

  • Leverage our volume

    Amazon ships millions of packages every day providing consistent and stable volume.

  • Grow your business

    We have everything to get you started, including volume, tools, and flexibility.

  • Make more money

    We offer competitive rates, helping you earn more.


Simply choose the cities where you’d like to deliver and submit information for a business background check.
We'll review your information and get back to you if we have delivery needs in your area.


You choose the cities where you'd like to deliver. All deliveries are within a specific service area and delivery services vary by location.
If you're awarded Amazon business, we'll set up a plan with you to define the work your company will do.

  • Pick up

    Load packages at a local facility.

  • Transport

    Amazon's routing technology helps you navigate efficiently.

  • Deliver

    Earn money by delivering packages to Amazon customers.


Amazon's innovative technology simplifies the entire delivery experience. We will give you access to tools to help you get started and manage your business. These tools assist with planning, daily operations, routing guidance, and customer service.

What are delivery providers?
Delivery providers are local companies that Amazon uses to deliver packages from a central location to our customer's door.
Does Amazon need delivery providers in my area?
We operate in many cities across the country. Please apply and we may contact you if we need drivers in your location.
When are packages delivered?
There is flexibility in choosing when you want to deliver. The hours vary by location but we operate seven days a week, almost every day of the year. Delivery opportunities occur throughout the day, including both early in the morning and late in the evening.
Does it cost anything to become a delivery provider for Amazon?
No, but if you join the program, you'll need to provide delivery vehicles, driver and safety training programs, and insurance coverage. If you're a professional delivery business, it's likely that you already have everything you need.
What’s the next step in becoming a delivery provider? 
We're excited to have you begin the application process. Click Apply on the website to get started.
How long will it take to apply and what's needed?
The application takes about 10 minutes to complete. After you set up an Amazon business account, you’ll be asked to do the following tasks:

•Validate that you own the email address connected to your account
•Acknowledge that your company can fulfill our program requirements
•Read and agree to the Delivery Provider Terms of Service
•Provide your company information for a business background check
Do delivery providers use their own vehicles to deliver for Amazon?
Yes, delivery providers supply their own delivery vehicles for this program.
How many service areas can a delivery provider cover?
It's up to you. Delivery providers can cover multiple service areas. These are awarded based on performance, rates, and need.
Can a service area include both commercial and residential addresses?
Yes, most service areas will include both commercial and residential addresses.
What types of delivery services are offered?
Amazon offers many types of deliveries. The delivery services offered depend on the location and service area. You can choose what types of deliveries you want to perform.
What is the package size limit?
This varies by service, but in general the limit is 50 pounds
What is the average route distance?
This depends on the location and service area. Routes are typically no more than 75 total miles.
What resources are available to help delivery providers?
Everything you need to be successful is available through the delivery portal, including technology training resources, videos, and delivery data.
What type of vehicle do I need?
If you are awarded business with Amazon, you'll need to use cargo vans with at least 300 cubic feet of cargo capacity.
Do I need a safety and driver training program?
Yes, to ensure the safety of your drivers, our program requires you to have a safety and driver training program in place.
Do vehicles have to be branded?
No, most trucks don't need to be branded. For any routes that do require trucks to be wrapped with Amazon branding, you may be entitled to receive a brand promotion fee.
Is a delivery provider required to purchase special equipment?
No, special equipment isn't required.
Are drivers independent contractors or employees of the delivery provider?
Drivers must be employees of the delivery provider.
Are uniforms required for delivery service drivers?
Yes, drivers are required to wear a uniform.
How many deliveries will my drivers have to complete?
All routes are dynamically planned and the number of deliveries may vary by service, area, and pickup location.
Will training be provided?
Yes, Amazon will provide online training for our on-road technology. Delivery providers also need to have their own safety and driver training programs in place.
Can delivery providers use walkers, bicyclists, and motorcyclists?
Yes, though this depends on the location. Currently, walkers and bicyclists are options in New York. Motorcyclists are an option in California.
What is the legal relationship between Amazon and delivery providers?
Amazon contracts with delivery providers. Delivery providers have drivers who are employees of their company. They have exclusive responsibility for their personnel. Delivery provider personnel are not eligible to participate in any employment benefit plans or other benefits available to Amazon employees. Delivery providers and their personnel do not have authority to bind Amazon or any of its affiliates to any agreement or obligation. (Our lawyers wrote this answer...can you tell?)
How does a delivery provider increase business in its service area?
Business is awarded based on experience, performance, and rates.
How does a delivery provider get paid?
Delivery providers receive payment according to the schedule described in the Delivery Provider Terms of Service.