How Amazon Delivers On One-Day Shipping



Prime Day, Amazon’s biggest shopping event, is here, and now one-day shipping is the norm for tens of millions of items available during Amazon’s Prime Day event, which runs from July 15 to July 16. To succeed at this rapid delivery, Amazon spends tens of billions of dollars every year and employs 250,000 workers in its U.S. warehouses. The process is an incredible challenge, and Amazon has faced criticism about working conditions at every step of the process. Watch the video to see what happens when you buy a Prime-eligible item on Amazon.com.

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How Amazon Delivers On One-Day Shipping

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28 thoughts on “How Amazon Delivers On One-Day Shipping”

  1. Chia Lor says:

    Meanwhile sellers using Amazon, we are waiting 1-2 months for our items to be checked in. Lmfaoooo

  2. Adam Barnes says:

    If I want a product that quick I buy from bricks and mortar establishments

  3. Michelle Vuong says:

    You can tell that Amazon executive that was being interviewed has never worked in a warehouse before and is a liar. Those tracking wristbands will definitely be used to track productivity. He can lie all he wants and say it’s for safety but everyone else knows better.

  4. Isauro Banuelos says:

    I can't believe they can deliver all my things in a day that's crazy prime one day!? What's next prime instant?

  5. hoon tae says:

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  6. Wendy Ganel says:

    Lying executives. I'm lucky to get an order in a week. I'm waiting now for a package that will be delivered in two weeks, and these are Prime eligible! Don't fall for their lies. If you can find an item somewhere else get it there. Prime membership has gone back on what attracted it to me in the first place: no two day shipping, most decent movies have to be rented and Amazon Music is the same. I think it's time to reassess my membership.

  7. Hafiy Musyrif says:

    Why my account get on hold ? I canceled order because im curious about size chart .. pls anyone help me . Will amazon ship my order after getting account on hold by amazon? Pls someone help me

  8. Declan Lawford says:

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  9. Anne Montanaro says:

    Clearly Amazon is going towards total automation.

  10. Rene Gallardo says:

    amazon is slavery… don't work for them, start a OF before you go work there

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  12. Muhammed Rihan K.P says:

    Please give me a job in amazon

  13. Rich Richy says:

    @12:40 Did any body asked to for the tour?

  14. lee saunders says:

    they forget ,one thing,the DRIVER,if he fails or is too slow,he gets penalised,there turnover in uk is stupid,i applied when my company closed due to covid(i have a transport managers qualifications),i applied to be a courier,long story short,when i mentioned about driving hours(even for vans)and working conditions,they cancelled my employment,reason im not suitable.

  15. LP Jones says:

    I wanted to listen to more of this video but the high pitch whistle at the end of every "S" sound was too much to bear

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  17. Paul Westlea says:

    One day shipping?????? Don't make me laugh. They can't get my delivery here in 5 days; I was told it would arrive on a Thursday, which happened to be my day off work, so I stayed in for 9 1/2 hours to be told they will now deliver on the Saturday. Very very disappointed,

  18. Arturo Gonzalez says:

    just like my grandma used to say. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

    Amazon needs to work on its working conditions and hiring ability or else it's gonna collapse with such an unstable workforce.

  19. Ed Martinez says:

    And they give the delivery drivers an average of 200 deliveries (not packages) daily.

  20. knoktikz5150 says:

    Wall-E Buy N Large = Amazon

  21. Timmy says:

    1:54Amazon now has at least 50 airplanes, 300 semi-trucks, 20'000 delivery vans and it operates ocean freight services between the U.S.
    They should make an update and include a "yacht" to that list!

  22. Sundowner Mc (Sundowner) says:

    I know some would abuse it, but seriously this company is rich enough to hire more people and allow people to visit the restroom as needed.
    No lie you get some bad food in ya you're back and forth all day sometimes, at least for me.They deserve the flack they get, the verbal and mental gymnastics this guy goes through to "answer" questions is crazy.

  23. Hari Srinivas says:

    Tax thief…

  24. Knox Verdex says:

    im not sure how you can promise next day shipping if you cant guarantee you even have the drivers for that many packages. simple put they dont, they over load every route 400+ packages in 1 van its ridiculous, no person can safely deliver this number in 8 hrs it take about 2 to get to ur job van and on the road.

  25. Phx desert says:

    So if an individual has a medical condition, that going to the bathroom they'll get fired for affecting rates? Perhaps why there are more younger workers?

  26. kim petras says:

    where’s my twice album at then!???

  27. bebetigre12 says:

    Give them a class on ringing the doorbell or knocking to announce its there.

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