Amazon opens three logistics centres in Poland

Amazon has announced the opening of three logistics centres in western Poland, completing a network that covers the European market.

The facilities are located at Poznan and Wroclaw, were built at a cost of €100m and each employ some 2,500 people. They represent Amazon’s only logistics centres in Central and Eastern Europe.

Amazon’s plans to employ 5,000 seasonal workers at the sites in order to ensure smooth operation through the holiday shopping season.

Tim Collins, Director for operations in Europe said, “The centres are part of a broader network covering Europe.” This network is includes logistics centres in Germany, Britain, France and Italy.


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