Amazon India will start delivery in lockdown

May 23 2020 06:45 PM
Amazon India will start delivery in lockdown

Amazon India has announced to make 50,000 part-time recruitments to meet customer needs in lockdown. These recruitments are happening especially for those who are most susceptible to rush. These recruits will be at Amazon's fulfilment centres and delivery network. These associates will connect with thousands of associates of Amazon India's fulfilment and delivery network and help them to pick up, pack, ship and deliver customer orders.

Amazon India Customer Fulfillment Operations, APAC, MENA and LATAM, Vice President Akhil Saxena said, "One of the things we have learned from the Kovid-19 epidemic is that Amazon and e-commerce are for their customers, small businesses and the country. Can play such an important role. We have taken this responsibility seriously. We are proud of the work that our team is doing to help small and other businesses reach our customers during this difficult time. ' Compulsory masks, daily temperature checks, cleanliness at all sites, frequent hand washing and sanitization, etc. are included.

Amazon's food delivery has recently started in Bangalore in India. The company has partnered with local restaurants for food delivery. Amazon claims that the restaurants it has partnered with have proper arrangements for cleanliness. Amazon has issued a certificate for this. Amazon's food delivery in Bangalore is currently available in four PIN codes including 560048, 560037, 560066 and 560103, although the company has not released a list of restaurants from where the food packaging.

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