Amazon - 1400 New Jobs in Italy

Amazon has decided to open 2 new logistics centers in Italy.


Amazon opens two new distribution centers in Italy which will be operational by the end of 2020.

The announcement comes from the US e-commerce giant. The two logistic sites will rise respectively in the province of Rovigo, and in Colleferro. Here the company will create 1.400 permanent jobs within three years of opening.

Places that will add to the 6.900 employees currently employed by Amazon in Italy. “With the launch of the two new distribution centers, the US giant will invest an additional 140 million euros. These are in addition to the 4 billion already invested in the country since its arrival in 2010 ”.

The distribution center located between the municipalities of Castelguglielmo and San Bellino will employ 900 permanent employees. The site will be equipped with the most advanced Amazon Robotics technology to improve working conditions.

The Colleferro distribution center will be the second warehouse opened in the Lazio Region after the one in Passo Corese. The warehouse will create up to 500 new permanent jobs by 2023. Amazon will use this site to store large products and will work synergistically with the distribution center of the same type inaugurated in Vercelli in 2017. I two new warehouses will be sustainable structures, which will integrate energy saving systems reducing the environmental footprint thanks to reduced levels of emissions.

Amazon warehouse

Job positions

The managerial, technical and support positions are already open to which it is possible to apply by accessing the following links: and en / locations / colleferro. The selections for warehouse operators will be open in the summer. For these professional figures, a classification at the fifth level of the National Collective Labor Agreement for Logistics and Transport is envisaged with an entrance salary of 1.550 euros gross and a package of benefits that includes discounts on and private health insurance against accidents. .


Luca from The ForeRunners

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