Amazon’s Australian rollout plan has just been laid out by a former executive of the company – and we finally have a launch date. From next year, Australians will reportedly be able to use the online shopping service to purchase a huge variety of products, including groceries, clothing, electronics and even takeaway food. Here are all the services Australia will be getting: from fresh food delivery to Amazon Prime Now.
Update: A previous version of this story stated that Brittain Ladd was the current global logistics senior manager for Amazon. We have been informed that Ladd is no longer with the company and have amended the article to reflect this.
In an interview with our parent company Fairfax Media, Amazon’s former global logistics senior manager, Brittain Ladd, confirmed that the company’s shopping rollout will soon include Australia. (While this has been widely reported for months, Amazon has refrained from making any official statements.)
Ladd described Australia as an …