Amazon earnings conference call record: the service will be delivered on the same day of global promotion


On February 4, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) released its fourth quarter financial statements as of December 31, 2021 on Friday. According to the financial report, Amazon’s total revenue in the fourth quarter was US $137.412 billion, a year-on-year increase of 9.44%; The net profit attributable to Amazon was US $14.323 billion, a year-on-year increase of 98.32%.
After the earnings release, Brian olsavsky, Amazon’s chief financial officer, and Dave Fildes, head of investor relations, attended the earnings conference call and answered analysts’ questions on the spot.
The following is the actual record of the earnings conference call:
Analyst: can you talk about the specific investment situation of today’s sunrise? Can you adapt to consumers’ consumption habits and gain a competitive position in omni-channel retail and last mile express?
Brian osawski: fast delivery can be divided into several levels, from food delivery within an hour or two to prime within one or two days. We should be satisfied with our achievements. We will continue to build relevant capacity, and reach the level before the epidemic the next day. On this basis, we will continue to make progress, We are doing the same thing around the world to expand it to more regions.
The combination of these different delivery speeds and corresponding product types meets the needs of consumers. Yes, there are some options for fast free delivery, but we hope to make money while doing this. Our cost structure helps us achieve this goal. We have doubled our delivery network in the past two years, and we are very satisfied with it. We are also closer to consumers, and the delivery speed is faster. The future is very good.