Global E-commerce giant has set up a campus in hyderabad, with structure as tall as 282 feet, which can accommodate about 15000 employees. This campus is directly owned by Amazon outside USA.
Global E-commerce giant has build sprawling campus in hyderabad, which is on 9.5 acres of land, making it tallest landmark in city, and biggest office of company outside united states. Build with state of the art technology, its measures about three million square feet, the campus is equipped with 49 elevators which moves at speed of one floor per second, these elevators can carry 972 people at one go, and also it accommodates about 15000 employees.
More than 2000 thousand workers were engaged everyday for 39 months to complete the project. Amazon already have its fulfilmentcentre located near hyderabad international airport, which is on 4 lakh square feet, the company is expanding this to another 1.8 lakh square feet.
Amazon will invest 5 billion dollars in the country with 500 million dollars in food retail. While the Amazon had cancelled it deal of building a new campus in New York City due to local government demands it’s a good that the Telangana government is being supportive keeping in view the amount of jobs and economy it can generate.
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