new Delhi. Amazon India on Thursday announced the expansion of its Fulfillment network with the expansion of 10 new Fulfillment Centers (FC) and 7 existing buildings in India. With this expansion, Amazon India will have more than 60 FCs in 15 states. Their storage capacity will be more than 32 million cubic feet. The new FC will also include specialized networks and receiving centers for large appliances and furniture categories.
Amazon India's Fulfillment Network will be spread over an area of over 8 million sq ft. The size of this network will be larger than 100 football fields and millions of goods can be stored here.
Akhil Saxena, Vice President, Customer Fulfillment Operations, Amazon India said that we are committed to investing in India by increasing storage capacity. We will help Indian customers fulfill what they want, keeping customers and our workforce safe. With an extensive network of over 60 Fulfillment Centers, we will provide thousands of employment opportunities with competitive salaries.
These new fulfillment centers will be set up in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Patna, Lucknow, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ludhiana and Ahmedabad. Its expansion has been designed to give the country's customers and vendors a better experience of delivering their products smartly and at a faster speed. All new Fulfillment Centers will start operating before the festive season. With this, the goods they want will be delivered to their home, keeping the customers safe at home.
Amazon has created one of the most advanced Fulfillment Network in India and sellers in India are benefiting from Amazon's expertise in Fulfillment, reliable countrywide delivery and customer service. When goods are ordered by Amazon using Fulfillment, sellers in India ship their products to Amazon. Amazon picks up the item and packs it and sends it to customers. Along with this, the customer provides the service and also arranges for the goods to be returned on behalf of the vendors.
This post was published on July 23, 2020 5:42 pm
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