Amazon hopes to expand drone delivery into Britain and Italy by late next year, the company said Wednesday, as it unveiled new warehouse robots and tech in its race to get shoppers what they want quickly.
The Seattle-based e-commerce colossus said it will expand drone delivery of certain purchases to a third US state as well as to the two European countries by the end of 2024.
Amazon delivery drones are already at work in California and Texas, and a new MK30 model will be able to operate in more extreme weather conditions than those currently in use, Amazon Prime Air vice president David Carbon said during a marketing event.
Amazon has also installed a new robotics system called Sequoia in one of its Texas logistics centres, the company said.
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