Samsung is going to start its Express Delivery service to Thailand in December.
Samsung is adding a new service called Samsung Express Delivery to its delivery services, which are now offered to its global customers.
The new service, which will be available to Samsung Global Business customers in Thailand starting December 18, will be powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is expected to start to offer deliveries from December 19.
The company says it will be adding the service to a range of products, and will be offering a service with the same name in other markets, such as China.
This will be the first time that Amazon has offered a dedicated Express Delivery option to its customers.
Amazon already offers its own delivery services to customers in India and the United Kingdom, but now it will expand its services to Thailand.
“Thailand is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and we believe the opportunity to deliver products from the UK to Thailand is a big one,” said Mark King, vice president of Samsung Global Product Business Group.
“We are excited to bring this service to customers who are ready to take advantage of the benefits of AWS in the near future.”
A spokesperson for Amazon did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment on this story.
King added that Samsung’s new delivery service would be a “new opportunity for customers to have their orders delivered to them as quickly as possible, at the lowest possible cost.”