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AMAZON Opens Distribution Center in Austria

100 NEW JOBS CREATED IN LOWER AUSTRIA

AMAZON has recently build a new distribution hub in Lower Austria's Großebersdorf, in the district of Mistelbach, which went into operation as of today according to a Standard newsreport.

The new distribution hub:

  • is 9.800 m² in size
  • creates > 100 jobs directly 
  • indirectly creates 250 jobs (drivers) at 7 partner companies:
    • PLBG
    • CTTG
    • DF Trans
    • Intersprint
    • Veloce Botendienste GmbH
    • LTS
    • Krä & Vega

HOPING FOR AMAZON 'PRIME NOW' SERVICES

So far AMAZON hasn't commented on the likelihood of AMAZON Prime Now services coming to Austria in the future. Customers are hoping very much so. Bernd Gschaider, director of Amazon Logistics, just vaguely says that he welcomes 'faster and more flexible delivery options'.

‘Same day delivery or even delivery within a 2 hour time frame - as currently offered in Berlin or Munich - would be great.’

For our Austrian customers this means:

  • faster delivery times
  • more flexible delivery options
  • independence from strikes of the labor union VerDi in Germany

Have a look at our offerings on amazon.de by following this link!

We are looking forward to your questions, purchases and positive reviews!

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