Amazon to open giant warehouse in Tucson, plans to hire more than 1,500 people

Amazon Fulfillment Center in Phoenix. /KTAR Photo/Jim Cross

Amazon has chosen Tucson for a new fulfillment center with plans to hire more than 1,500 full-time employees.

The warehouse will handle customer returns, light assembly, 3-D printing and direct product pickup by customers from automated kiosks on the city’s southeast side.

“Throughout most of the year, the project is projected to have a maximum of approximately 1,500 employees working on-site at one time. During the peak shopping season (i.e., November through December) the project will have a maximum of 1,900 employees working on-site at one time,” project filings with the city of Tucson show.

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