Amazon launched new Fulfillment Center in Dubai South

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Amazon announced the opening of a new Fulfillment Center in Dubai South, the country’s largest single-urban master development focusing on aviation, logistics, and real estate.

The new Fulfillment Center has 2.1 million cubic feet of storage capacity, increasing Amazon’s total storage capacity in the UAE by 70%. The investment will enable Amazon to delight customers with a wider selection of products across electronics, appliances, groceries, fashion, books, and more as the company prepares for increased customer demand during the Holy month of Ramadan. Amazon contributes over 25 years of logistics technology and innovation to the country’s ecommerce ecosystem.

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Amazon launched new Fulfillment Center in Dubai South

Amazon announced the opening of a new Fulfillment Center in Dubai South, the country’s largest single-urban master development focusing on aviation, logistics, and real estate.

The new Fulfillment Center has 2.1 million cubic feet of storage capacity, increasing Amazon’s total storage capacity in the UAE by 70%. The investment will enable Amazon to delight customers with a wider selection of products across electronics, appliances, groceries, fashion, books, and more as the company prepares for increased customer demand during the Holy month of Ramadan. Amazon contributes over 25 years of logistics technology and innovation to the country’s ecommerce ecosystem.

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