Amazon Fulfillment Center
Fulfillment in our buildings
More than 250,000 full-time associates innovate every day across Amazon’s network. Fulfillment facilities run multiple shifts per day, and employees perform a number of roles—from leading teams to boxing up orders and shipping directly to our customers.
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Our fulfillment centers
Across the globe, Amazon has more than 175 operating fulfillment centers and more than 150 million square feet of space where associates pick, pack, and ship millions of Amazon.com customer orders to the tune of millions of items per year. Specifically, in North America we currently have more than 110 operational facilities with a variety of employment opportunities.

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Nothing’s more important to us than the health and safety of our employees and guests, and we’ve made the decision to pause public fulfillment center tours as we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in communities around the world. If you’re a member of the press who would like to visit one of our buildings for your reporting, please reach out to amazon-pr@amazon.com with your request and we’ll work with you to arrange a visit. We look forward to re-opening the public program once there’s more clarity on the global health situation, and thank you for your understanding.
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Several orange robots are pictured in a Fulfillment Center as they help move products across the floor.
Safety
Protecting the safety and well-being of each of our employees is paramount at Amazon. We believe in continuous improvement and are always innovating to enhance safety measures. Each of our fulfillment centers employs dedicated health and safety professionals, and millions of safety checks are completed across the network each year.
Training
Amazon recognizes the shifting industry and understands that in today’s world, it is not enough to focus solely on hiring efforts. We believe it is also our responsibility as a global corporation to upskill and train associates with the living skills needed to move into more rewarding roles that offer higher pay.
The people who work here
Let’s face it, our fulfillment centers would be nothing without the people who work hard every day to ensure they’re running safely and efficiently.
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