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As Canadian retailers finally start to get their e-commerce acts together, faster delivery is an increasingly important point of differentiation. But few companies can afford Amazon-level logistics on their own.

Fortunately, a new batch of startups is starting to build delivery logistics infrastructure specifically with e-commerce in mind: Pudo employs small retail locations as drop sites, while Daily Delivery uses a freelancer model to get business packages from point A to point B in Vancouver. Consumers may never have to leave the house again.

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