Amazon wants a hand in all your deliveries, even if the package isn't coming from Amazon.
The e-retailer announced Tuesday that it's rolling out so-called Hubs by Amazon, a last-step delivery option for FedEx, UPS and private mail. It's essentially a broader use case for Amazon lockers and is marketed to apartment buildings or residences.
It's another hint that Amazon is eyeing a broader logistics play and the first time the company has ventured beyond its own transactions and shipments.
Amazon previously introduced delivery options that would leave a package directly inside a shopper's home or car trunk. But even those options required that a customer make a purchase through Amazon first.