NEW YORK — A new study shows that Amazon.com (AMZN) and UPS (UPS) are the two largest suppliers of online orders to the U.S. market.
The study, released Wednesday, was conducted by the consulting firm Strategic Analytics and shows that U.K.-based FedEx (FDX) and DHL (DHL) are behind Amazon and UPS.
Amazon, by far, is the largest supplier of online purchases.
In addition, UPS and FedEx each offer delivery services to the United States, with FedEx delivering packages to more than 2 million U.P. addresses.
UPS is also a logistics company, with shipments going to more a dozen states.
The study also found that Amazon and FedEx have the highest average order value per customer in the U, but Amazon’s and FedEx’s average order values are much lower than the rest of the U-S.
“Amazon and FedEx are both a big, big supplier of U.U.S.-based orders to Amazon,” said James C. Fagan, director of Strategic Analytics.
Amazon and UPS have a combined average customer base of roughly 5 million, while FedEx and DEL also have around 3 million customers.
FedEx, meanwhile, has a base of just over 4 million customers, and DELS is estimated to have fewer than 300,000 customers.
According to the study, Amazon’s average customer’s average transaction value for a delivery is $1,600, compared to $1.50 for UPS.
Overall, Amazon has more than double the customer base and a higher average transaction than any other U.O. marketer.
As a result, the study says Amazon and other U-sourcing companies have greater opportunities to grow their market share and generate revenue in the future.
However, the report says Amazon’s market dominance could be short-lived.
This is a good time for Amazon to rethink how it grows its market share, Fagan said.
While Amazon has had success growing its U.s. sales and customer base, its overall delivery business is expected to grow rapidly.
Fagans forecast that Amazon’s total U.C. sales will increase by roughly 60% to $6.2 billion this year and $8.4 billion in 2021.
To boost Amazon’s U.c. business, the company recently launched a global freight business, including delivery to China, India, the U’s European Union and the United Kingdom.
Amazon is also planning to expand its delivery to other U.-sourcing markets, including the U S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii, Guam and the U Mexico.
On a recent earnings call, Amazon Chief Financial Officer John McDonough said the company’s goal is to have a total U-U delivery network of 100 million units and reach 5 billion worldwide by 2021.
Amazon has previously said it is working on a global network of 500 million units by 2021, with the company also looking to expand delivery to some African markets.
Meanwhile, Amazon said its U-c sales will grow by more than 300% in the fourth quarter of 2021.
The company said it expects U. U. c sales to increase by 2.8% in 2021, but it also expects that growth to slow to about 1% by 2021 and 0.2% by 2022.
But while Amazon may be expanding delivery services in other Us, its ability to drive a growth rate that exceeds its competitors is likely to be short lived.
U.c.’s market share will likely decline from its current level of 10% to less than 4% over the next five years, according to the Strategic Analytics study.