RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Amazon is bringing a new facility to the city of Richmond.
The specialty fulfillment and last-mile delivery center, which will be located on the I-95 Logistics Center site, will add 150 new jobs.
“The new fulfillment and delivery center in the City of Richmond will create additional 21st-century job opportunities and help advance Virginia’s position as a leader in the supply chain management industry. My administration remains committed to continuing our important partnership with Amazon and driving economic growth in communities across our Commonwealth,” Governor Ralph Northam said.
Amazon launched its Virginia fulfillment operations in 2013. It has since grown its workforce in the Commonwealth to over 10,000 full-time employees.
The company currently operates 10 fulfillment and sortation centers, as well as delivery stations in Ashland, Chesapeake, Chester, Clear Brook, Petersburg, Richmond, Springfield, and Sterling. The company also operates one Tech Hub, 13 Whole Foods Market store locations, and Prime Now Hubs in Richmond, Springfield, and Virginia Beach.
This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.
- Police chase ends in crash on I-264 in Norfolk
- Chubby’s Pumpkin Festival finds new home at Warren Family Farm in Chesapeake
- Trump defers to Congress on background checks, ‘red flag’ laws as calls for gun control continue
- Little League World Series- Parking Lot Benefits
- FDA again proposes graphic cigarette warning labels