Amazon announces four new delivery stations in Houston. The new delivery stations will power the last mile of Amazon’s order process and help increase efficiency of deliveries for customers around the greater Houston area. Packages are shipped to delivery stations from neighboring Amazon fulfillment and sortation centers and loaded into vehicles for final delivery to customers.
These delivery stations will create over 300 new, full-time jobs, paying a $15 per hour starting wage and offering a variety of benefits packages from day one.
Delivery stations also offer entrepreneurs the opportunity to build their own business delivering Amazon packages, as well as independent contractors the flexibility to be their own boss and create their own schedule delivering for Amazon Flex. Amazon offers highly competitive pay, benefits from day-one, and training programs for in-demand jobs. To learn more, visit logistics.amazon.com and flex.amazon.com.
Amazon expects the new sites to open later in 2021.
- Interstate 59 and Kingwood Drive, Porter 77365
- 9155 Derrington Road, Houston 76011
- 11311 N Gessner Drive, Houston 77064
- Northcrest and Spring Steubner, Spring 77064
Amazon leverages its scale for good to support local communities. Following the severe winter storms across Texas, Amazon mobilized its disaster relief team to help donate and distribute over 1 million bottles of water to communities in need across the state. The Houston area operations teams were able to donate and distribute over 10 truckloads of water to communities and non-profits in need, both locally and as far south as the Rio Grande Valley, including The Houston Food Bank, Target Hunger, Aldine ISD and the McAllen chapter of Child Fund to name a few.