One part that is not known is whether actually DHL handled all of the delivery. From a little search using Google it seems that Amazon has some rather complicated shipping arrangements.at46 wrote:
So, to confirm or refute my conspiracy theory about Amazon throttling others' shipments into Chile, I did an experiment buying the same item from Amazon and iherb.com, shipped with the same carrier - DHL. After 2.5 months in the mail, I now consider the iherb shipment officially lost. The Amazon shipment, on the other hand, I got two days before their estimated delivery date.
Here is one of the articles from 2016:
And by the way, the answer to that article seems to be 'Yes!'Will Amazon Kill FedEx?
August 31, 2016
https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016 ... -delivery/
Amazon said to launch delivery service to compete with UPS and FedEx
Feb 9, 2018
Amazon is gearing up to compete directly with UPS and FedEx, according to a new Wall Street Journal report. The so-called “Shipping with Amazon” program will be an end-to-end shipping solution, with pickups from businesses and shipments made to consumers, per the report.
https://techcrunch.com/2018/02/09/amazo ... and-fedex/