The military travel trailer craze has been a boon for Amazon’s Canadian-born founder and CEO Jeff Bezos.
In the past year, the company has been snapping up dozens of trailers for its own Canadian military, where Amazon’s shipping costs have skyrocketed, and for its overseas partners, where the company offers a free shipping option.
The company has a strong base of military clients in Canada, where Prime Air offers military pickup and delivery and other services, and Amazon also offers free shipping to the military.
“It’s the fastest way to get to our customers,” said a person familiar with the company’s military business.
“Amazon has a huge military presence.”
Amazon’s Prime Air service was acquired by US Airways in 2011.
The service provides a range of shipping services to military bases, including the military’s preferred way to pick up supplies.
Prime Air has more than 100 locations in Canada and US, with delivery options for military bases in Canada.
The military has been slow to adopt Amazon Prime Air, and it’s not clear whether the company plans to make any changes in the near future.
However, Amazon Prime air customers in Canada will be able to use a new, cheaper option to get military supplies on its platform.
Amazon Canada has added a new service to the Prime Air store in the past week.
The new service allows Prime Air customers to order and pick up military supplies online, as well as to send them directly to military units and military logistics sites.
In addition, Amazon Canada customers will be required to log in to their account in order to get the military shipments, the Amazon Canada site says.
“When we have military products, it’s all done through Amazon Canada.
It’s not Amazon Canada doing the shipping,” said Robyn McLean, an Amazon Canada sales manager.
“We’re using Amazon Canada’s infrastructure.”
Amazon Canada launched the new service in May and has more stores across Canada, according to the company.
It also plans to expand its military-specific delivery options.
“I can’t stress enough how important it is to us to make sure that our military partners are able to get what they need to meet their mission,” said Chris Bower, a spokesman for Amazon Canada, adding that it has a number of military and contractor customers in the country.
Amazon has also been ramping up military sales in Canada in recent months, including offering a military pickup service for military supplies, and a military shipping service for customers who have been stationed in Canada since 2016.
It was not immediately clear how many Amazon Prime members are in Canada currently.
In a statement to the Globe, Amazon said that military members will be charged $1.30 per order, with shipping costs for military products including military gear included.
The $1 charge applies to the first order and will be deducted from the next shipment, Amazon says.
The Prime Air program will continue to offer the military pickup option, but will not include military military gear or shipments to military facilities, according the company, which will also add the military shipping option to the list of delivery options in the coming months.
Amazon’s military travel packages will be available to military personnel who have already paid the $1 shipping fee, the statement said.
“For those who are already on the military side of things, Prime Air will also provide them with a free expedited shipping option for their orders.”
The Amazon Prime service is currently available in Canada for a limited time, with Prime Air members being able to take advantage of the service on Friday.
The Canadian military does not require a credit card to use the service, but Amazon will need customers to register with their Amazon account to receive a free Prime Air shipping card.
Amazon is not the only retailer in Canada offering military shipping services.
Walmart Canada launched its military shipping program in the summer of 2017, and the company also offers military and government pickup services.
Amazon recently launched a military courier service in Canada that allows customers to pick-up items from Amazon Canada and Amazon.ca, including military supplies.
It has more warehouses in Canada than any other Canadian retailer, including Walmart Canada, which has more shipping options than any of the other retailers.
Amazon said it has signed an agreement with the Department of National Defence to allow its military courier services to work with the agency’s fleet of cargo planes.
Amazon and Walmart are among several retailers that are expanding their military delivery services in Canada amid a boom in military orders from Amazon and other online retailers.
The Amazon military courier program is one of several military shipping initiatives Amazon has rolled out in recent years, including Amazon Air.
Amazon Air, which started in 2016, provides military cargo deliveries to military installations in the US, US territories, and Canada.
Amazon plans to offer military courier delivery in Canada through the end of the year.
In April, Amazon Air offered military supplies from its warehouses in Halifax and Ottawa to military contractors and military personnel, including those stationed in the Canadian military.
The deal with the federal government will also allow Amazon Air to sell military-themed merchandise at its