jobs at amazon uaeUAE: Amazon opens its largest delivery station in Abu Dhabi, creates hundreds of jobs

UAE: Amazon opens its largest delivery station in Abu Dhabi, creates hundreds of jobs. 4,700 sqm warehouse is second largest in the country, provides same-day and one-day deliveries to customers Amazon on Thursday confirmed the opening of its largest delivery station in Abu Dhabi in time for the upcoming Prime Day event in July.
The state-of-the-art 4,700 sqm delivery station is the second largest in the country, providing same-day and one-day deliveries to customers across the city, including those in outlying areas such as Al Samha, Al Shawamekh, Yas and Saadiyat Islands, Bani Yas, and Al at amazon uae

The new delivery station creates chances for hundreds of full and part-time workers in a range of jobs with all kinds of experience, education, background, and skills. From delivery station associates to positions in operations, health and safety, supply chain technology, and analytics, all workers are capable of training programs that will upskill UAE talent in the future-facing eCommerce sector. The station will also create new chances for Delivery Service Partners in the country

The launch of the new facility follows Amazon’s announcement with the Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) in November last year, which described the opening of the region’s most technologically developed fulfilment centre that will open its doors in the capital by the end of. 2023. New Fulfillment Center and Delivery Station strengthen Amazon’s commitment to enabling innovation and technology in the emirate, in line with Abu Dhabi’s innovation program.
Ronaldo Mouchawar, Vice President of Amazon Middle East and North Africa (MENA), said, “Amazon remains steadfast in its commitment to innovate on behalf of our customers. We are excited to work with partners like the Abu Dhabi Investment Office who share our goal of innovation and providing the right resources and logistics to enable Abu Dhabi businesses and talent to excel in the digital economy. By enabling the broader e-commerce ecosystem to get products to customers faster and easier, we eventually improve the shopping experience for all customers.

Eng Abdulla Abdul Aziz Al Shamsi, ADIO’s interim general manager, said: “The partnership between Amazon and ADIO reflects the ease of doing business in Abu Dhabi and the long-term advance opportunities available in the emirate. Amazon supports our vision of sustainable investment in innovation and brings the latest logistics technologies to the region. The opening of Amazon’s new delivery station and planned fulfilment centre in 2023 will make Abu Dhabi a major global hub for trade and logistics.
Supporting Abu Dhabi’s efforts to stimulate innovation, the delivery station operates using Amazon’s global logistics technologies that are built on the company’s 20+ years of operational expertise. Amazon’s new delivery station will support the company in providing a reliable and convenient delivery experience for its customers through same-day and one-day delivery options.

Prashant Saran, Director of Operations for Amazon MENA, said: “Built within Abu Dhabi’s ecosystem of creation, our new delivery station brings world-class last-mile technology to the logistics and supply chain sector in the capital. The range of jobs at this facility will help to nurture the city’s talent pool and prepare them for the digital future that Abu Dhabi is striving towards. Opening ahead of the upcoming Prime Day event taking place this July on Amazon. ae, the facility and its technology enable us to continue to provide a seamless delivery experience for Prime members across the country.”
As part of Amazon’s commitment to be carbon neutral across all of its operations by 2040, the building was designed to make energy efficiency a top priority. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning are controlled by digital building management system centres to ensure a pleasant working environment while reducing unnecessary energy consumption. Today, the Amazon network in the United Arab Emirates includes two fulfilment centres, three sorting centers, eight delivery stations and a network of delivery service partners.

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