On Thursday, Amazon Inc. (AMZN.O) announced that it would invest $100 Million in opening new warehouses in Mexico. The American multinational technology company stated that it would include Amazon’s first shipping centers outside the city in order to provide faster deliveries.
Amazon said that it would be called fulfillment centers. The first one would be placed near the northern city of Monterrey and the other one would be near the central city of Guadalajara. Moreover, the e-commerce company also opened twelve delivery stations last month.
“The construction of a solid infrastructure network allows the company to stay closer than ever to clients, and thanks to that, it’s possible to offer fast deliveries,” Amazon stated.
Monterrey and Guadalajara are Mexico’s two most significant metropolitan zones.
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