What's in Amazon's Giant Locker?

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May 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on Amazon's newest strategy to get your packages to you faster. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Francisco at the edge of the ferry building, this giant yellow box, and the amazon giant locker.

It is a publicity stunt but it is also a real experiment.

They are experimenting with ways to get products closer to the consumer.

They have embraced sales tax laws.

The fundamental change in the business, this locker is part of it.

They have lockers set up in a handful of major cities, partnerships with 7-11, the idea that customers that cannot get things delivered to their door can get their things delivered to lockers like this.

It is part of a broader effort from amazon to get closer to the consumer.

They are moving their foot on that centers -- not distinction centers -- because i want you to be fulfilled, but closer to more cities.

Here in san francisco, they have another one in tracy, similar ones in other parts of california.

The locker is a big change for amazon.

What about amazon fresh?

Right now it is just delivering groceries, but they are figuring out how to get things to their customers really quick.

Changing from a business that lets you buy stuff to a method by which you get stuff.

Mystery solved.

Thank you so much.

I will have to check that out

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