Is this old news or a real possibility? Any thoughts to this piece below in UK haulier?
The e-delivery specialists ParcelHero says the potential merger, speculated this week by Meryl Lynch, would lead to a delivery revolution; by bringing three leading e-commerce platforms – Amazon, Argos and Ocado – into a combined relationship with the merged supermarket chain.
After his retirement in 2008 Sir Ken Morrison was notably outspoken about the future of the company he founded… Read More
It turned profitable in 2014, after striking a lucrative 25-year deal to run the online business of WM Morrison. Britain’s fourth-biggest grocer has since renegotiated parts of the deal, from which Ocado receives generous fixed fees. Ocado had been confident of concluding an overseas deal in 2015, promising investors it would reveal the identity of its first partner by the end of that year. No deal has yet been announced. Last week, the company said in its annual report that it… Read More
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