Amazon launching two new fulfillment centers in Tracy and Eastvale, over 1,500 jobs
SEATTLE — Amazon.com, Inc. announced that it will launch fulfillment centers in Tracy and Eastvale, creating more than 1,500 new full-time jobs.
These new facilities will increase Amazon’s California presence to nine fulfillment centers, nine million square feet of operations and approximately 14,000 full-time hourly associates. Amazon currently fulfills customer orders at its existing seven Golden State Amazon fulfillment centers located in Tracy, Patterson, Moreno Valley, Redlands, Rialto and San Bernardino. The company also operates sortation centers in Newark and San Bernardino. Check for Amazon fulfillment center jobs here.
“We are excited to continue our rapid growth in California in order to serve customers with superfast shipping speeds and vast selection,” said Akash Chauhan, Vice President of Amazon’s North America Operations. “Since we first broke ground in California four years ago, we have found a network of support from community leaders to statewide officials, a dedicated workforce and fantastic customers.”
“Amazon’s continued growth in California is great news for our state,” said Panorea Avdis, director of the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development. “With tens of thousands of employees across the state, Amazon is a major driver of both state and local economies. We are thrilled that Amazon has decided to continue to expand its operations in California.”
Both facilities are approximately one million square feet in size and will each employ hundreds of full-time associates. At the Eastvale location, Amazon associates will pick, pack and ship smaller customer items, such as books, electronics and toys. While at the Tracy facility, the second in the city, associates will pick, pack and ship larger customer items, such as big-screen televisions, sports equipment and patio furniture.
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