On Friday, Amazon announced plans to open two new fulfillment centers in Kansas and a new delivery station in Wichita.
Both fulfillment centers are scheduled to open in 2021, creating over 1,000 new full-time jobs and delivery stations expected to be launched later this year.
Two new one-million-square-foot fulfillment centers on 9700 Leavenworth Road in Kansas City, Kansas and 7130 North Broadway Avenue in Park City, Kansas, allow Amazon employees to pick up and pack more than bulky luggage. , Will be shipped. Customer items of the size such as patio furniture, outdoor equipment, rugs.
Alicia Borer Davis, Vice President of Global Customer Fulfillment at Amazon, said:
“We appreciate the strong support we have received from local and state leaders and look forward to instilling ourselves in the communities in which we serve.”
Amazon is rapidly building a network of fulfillment centers to enable faster delivery. The company launched its first two warehouses in 1997 and has since added offices in most parts of the United States.
To date, Amazon has the most fulfillment centers in California and appears to be planning many future locations throughout the southern United States.
In Kansas, Amazon has created more than 4,500 jobs and invested more than $ 2.9 billion in infrastructure and compensation state-wide since 2010. These investments bring an additional $ 2.3 billion in GDP to the Kansas economy, helping to create more than 4,100 indirect jobs in addition to Amazon’s direct jobs, from construction and logistics jobs to professional services.
Earlier this week, the e-commerce giant launched Prime Day as a kick-off for the holiday shopping season. Marketing events offer member-only discounts that motivate subscribers to shop more on Amazon.
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