The Post Office Wants to Raise the Fees it Charges Amazon and Other Shippers

The U.S. Postal Service has proposed a 9 to 12 percent increase in fees for the shipping service used by Amazon, just months after President Donald Trump criticized the USPS, saying it gives Amazon too good of a deal.

The parcel select service, which is also used by United Parcel Service and FedEx, is the last and typically the most expensive step in the shipping process that gets the packages to customers’ doorsteps. The USPS proposed a 9.3 percent increase on this service for packages weighing over one pound and a 12.3 percent increase on lighter packages.

Trump issued an executive order in April to set up a task force to examine the USPS, claiming that it was on an “unsustainable financial path.” He’s also tweeted that the USPS is Amazon’s “delivery boy” and doesn’t make money from Amazon’s business.

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