Google’s “express” delivery service is expected to roll out to its customers in the coming weeks.
Google says the new service will deliver packages by the mail by a carrier that has a “clearly defined delivery timeline and a specific delivery method” and will allow customers to pick their delivery method.
The carrier will be selected on a per-package basis and the carrier will deliver the package from the location chosen by the customer, according to Google.
Google has long had its own delivery delivery service, the “Express Delivery,” which lets customers pick from dozens of carriers across the United States and other parts of the world, including Australia.
The company says it has now expanded the service to more than 30 countries, and says it will be adding new routes in the future.
Google also says the Express Delivery will now also be available in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
Google recently rolled out an Android app for the service.
Google’s “Express” delivery is a relatively new service that it said was designed to provide faster delivery times, with the company also promising that the service is “fully automated.”