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

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How Amazon Delivers On One-Day Shipping


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26 thoughts on “How Amazon Delivers On One-Day Shipping

  1. You click a button on your computer, which engages a chain of human suffering that starts in China and ends at your doorstep. Between the slave labor that manufactures the majority of stuff they sell, to the overworked warehouse employees that often don't have time to take their legally-required breaks during a shift and must literally RUN to keep up with demand, to the driver who's forced to make over 200 stops in less than 8 hours. But hey, it's all worth it for free 2-day shipping right? Daddy Bezos needs another couple hundred billion dollars.

  2. some people hate amazon simply because they feel like big corporation is coming in to destroy small businesses but honestly I really love amazon's next day delivery on some of their products. show me another business that can accurately AND quickly deliver my goods and I'll take my words back.
    case in point, this past month I've ordered 2 big ticket items from different online vendors. One was a XL natural gas bbq grill. The other was a outdoor mesh recliner.
    Both times vendors literally LOST my items. They took my money already mind you.
    Last year I ordered an 85" tv and the vendor shipped it to the wrong address.
    But I've never had any issues with products shipped directly by amazon.

  3. Do people actually pay over $100 for amazon prime??? If you don't have a company that relies on one day shipping then you are most likely rich af lol

  4. I think a lot of people complaining about work conditions are forgetting how tedious some minimum wage jobs actually are

  5. Why am I even watching this… I don’t even use Amazon. In Europe, I have to say though things sometimes run at a different pace. I placed an order two weeks ago and it finally shipped yesterday… after writing to them twice they finally decided to ship my order, even though on their website it says 5-7days delivery 😂

  6. What they dont mention is how slave driving the company is. I remember working here in Charlotte N.C. and this poor old lady got cussed out by the white manager. Told if she couldn't do her Fkn. Job then to clock out. Packages were all over the floor and it was kaos. I would post my badge as proof but YouTube doesn't have that option

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