Amazon is reportedly looking to launch its Amazon Prime Now service in France. According to the French website Journal Du Net, the company has purchased a warehouse in Paris’ 18th district, in order to be able to provide users in the French capital with items in under an hour. The one-hour service was launched in 2014 in the US, before arriving in European cities like London, Manchester and Milan. Following this, the move into Paris seems an obvious next step, but there has been no launch date announced yet. However, it has been confirmed by Amazon that the new Amazon Fresh service will make its debut in the United Kingdom soon, which will deliver fresh groceries to customers in certain areas.