Robbinsville Rolls Out Red Carpet for Amazon Distribution Center

January 10, 2013 at 9:59 am

Desirée Taylor reports for NJToday that the Internet retail giant is planning to open a one million square foot fulfillment center in Robbinsville where hundreds of Amazon employees will pick, pack and ship DVD’S, books, and other small items to customers.

Amazon.com is Jersey bound. The Internet retail giant is planning to open a one million square foot fulfillment center in Robbinsville. The warehouse is where hundreds of Amazon employees will pick, pack and ship DVD’S, books, and other small items to customers. These jobs will pay on average 30 percent more than traditional retail jobs. Amazon also offers full-time benefits.

The benefits for Robbinsville and the region are tremendous, according to Mayor Dave Fried. “It’s going to bring a significant number of jobs … 700 new jobs in our community … and ratables … about one million a year in revenue to the township”, said Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried. This money will help to continue to stabilize the tax base.

Read more at NJToday.

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