Amazon has rapidly expanded its presence in North Carolina since it first opened a fulfillment center in Charlotte in 2014. The state currently boasts eight Amazon fulfillment centers, two Amazon sortation centers, and two delivery stations, making it one of the most popular states for Amazon’s operations.
The eight fulfillment centers are located throughout the state in Charlotte, Concord, Garner, Mebane, and Shelby. The centers employ thousands of workers who are responsible for sorting and packaging customer orders.
In addition to these large-scale facilities, Amazon also operates two smaller sortation centers in Lumberton and Kernersville.
Amazon’s two delivery stations in North Carolina are located in Charlotte and Raleigh. These facilities serve as hubs for Amazon’s last-mile delivery services by helping to optimize deliveries within each region. The stations also employ a large number of drivers who deliver packages to customers’ homes or businesses.
North Carolina has become an increasingly important part of Amazon’s operations over the past few years. The company has invested millions of dollars into its North Carolina facilities and continues to hire more workers as demand increases. With this rapid expansion, it’s clear that Amazon is committed to making North Carolina one of its key markets.
In total, there are twelve Amazon warehouses and delivery hubs operating across North Carolina – 8 fulfillment centers, 2 sortation centers, and 2 delivery stations – making it a major hub for the company’s expansive operations. With continued investment from Amazon, this number is likely to grow even more in the coming years.