Amazon opening two new delivery stations in Vaughan
Amazon.com, Inc. has announced plans to create 2,500 jobs across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, hundreds of which will be in Vaughan.
The company is opening two delivery stations in Vaughan. Amazon recently opened a 209,000-square foot station at 600 Tesma Way. A 193,000-square foot facility will open in 2021 at Keyes Court.
Delivery stations power the last mile of Amazon’s order fulfillment process. Packages are transported from fulfillment and sortation centres to delivery stations to be loaded onto delivery vehicles to reach the end customer. These investments are part of the evolution of e-commerce that has given rise to new distribution centres such as Voila (Sobeys), article.com, FedEx, Home Depot, Costco and the Walmart distribution centre which broke ground this past August.
Walmart Canada to break ground for huge distribution centre in Vaughan
A construction jobs boom is expected in Vaughan. It’s tied to the Aug. 12 groundbreaking for a huge Walmart Canada distribution centre in the city.
The “state-of-the-art” 550,000 square foot distribution centre is expected to create hundreds of construction jobs in Vaughan and is slated to open in 2024.
The Walmart centre will handle ambient general merchandise and food products.
Condor Properties is hosting the official groundbreaking ceremony at 1110 Jane St. where the new centre will be located. Condor Properties is a privately owned Vaughan-based real estate development company related to the Condrain Group of companies.