Amazon in Saudi Arabia has made a major move towards expansion with the opening of a massive 2.7 million cubic feet storage facility which can houses over nine million products.
The fulfilment centre has opened in Riyadh and will double Amazon’s total storage capacity in the kingdom.
Eng. Suliman Almazroua, Chief Executive Officer of the National Industrial Development and Logistics Programme (NIDLP), said, “Saudi Arabia has made remarkable progress in developing world-class infrastructure and business-enabling policies that aim to place the kingdom at the forefront of investor attractiveness.
The new facility with its enhanced capacity will allow independent sellers to scale their businesses online, in addition to reaching a wider customer base, sellers can now take advantage of the centre that will allow them to pick, pack and ship orders through Amazon.