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All-Women Delivery Station in Gujarat: Fulfillment Center in Bihar by Amazon

by Bellamkonda

HYDERABAD: In an announcement made by Amazon, the company revealed the setting up of first all-women delivery station at Kadi, a town 50-km away from Ahmedabad. E-commerce giant unveils the second delivery station that’s completely supervised by women including managerial and delivery roles.

Moreover, being a last-mile delivery program, the company has partnered with the entrepreneurs as part of delivery service partner program. This would be greatly helpful for the entrepreneurs to reach the next level in terms of knowledge and career. For fulling the customer requests with ease and efficiently, Amazon also gives technological support to the partners.

Prakash Rochlani, Director, Last Mile Operations, Amazon India, quoted –

 “Our vision is to enable women to discover meaningful career opportunities across the operations network at Amazon India. We have created more than 6,000 opportunities for women across our network where they continue to thrive and excel,” saidPrakash Rochlani, Director, Last Mile Operations, Amazon India.

The initiative by Amazon is to create huge employment opportunities for women and enable their fullest potential in the logistics sector.

“The launch of the first all-women delivery station in Gujarat is a testament to our commitment to providing women with safe and fulfilling opportunities and we look forward to help more women across communities attain financial independence in life,” Rochlani added.

Fulfillment Center in Bihar:

Amazon has launched its first fulfilment center in Bihar with a motive to strengthen the operational footprint in the poll-bound state. The storage space has bounded more than a lakh cubic feet which specializes space for large appliances and furniture to supply all of Indian customers smoothly.

At the outset of India’s biggest festive season, we are happy to expand our operational presence in Bihar which will help boost small and medium businesses and create work opportunities for people in the state,” said Abhinav Singh, Director, Amazon Transportation Services, Amazon India.

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