Online retail giant Amazon India will set up a warehouse center in Hyderabad and start operations from a leased facility in about two months before its own facility is constructed. A delegation from Amazon, led by global director and head for Real Estate and Facilities John Schoettler, met Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao and discussed the expansion plans. Also Read - Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max with Dolby Vision support launched: Price in India, specs
“Amazon has come forward to set up a warehouse/fulfillment centre in Hyderabad. Amazon will start their operations from a leased facility in about two months before the own facility is constructed. Also Read - Huawei Band 6 launched to take on Mi Band 5, brings SpO2 monitor at budget
“Minister K T Rama Rao assured the delegation that the state government would extend all incentives to the Amazon facility as per the new Industrial Policy,” the release said. Also Read - PS5 restock July 12, 2021: Price, sale details, how to pre-order PlayStation 5, PS5 Digital Edition
Amazon will be training the MSME clusters for utilizing the online platforms for boosting their revenues, it said. The minister requested Amazon to create an online market place for promoting Telangana handicrafts such as Nirmal handicrafts, Pochampalli sarees and Bidri-ware for which the company has responded positively, it added.