Show Low, AZ – Amazon plans to expand its investment in Arizona by opening a new delivery station in Show Low. This new facility will be approximately 24,600 square feet located at 16th St. and E. Lumberman’s Loop in the Airport Commerce Center industrial Park.  Launch plans for this delivery station are in the very early stages, with construction work ongoing.  Amazon is slated to issue an announcement in June that will highlight the strategy behind rural delivery facilities like the one coming to Show Low and will share more details about the facility and job information later this summer. 

“This last-mile facility will allow us to better serve customers in Show Low and the surrounding area,” said Tim Hou, manager of economic development policy for Amazon. “We’re grateful for our partnership with the City of Show Low. We look forward to sharing more details about this facility in the future.”  

The new last-mile facility will help power the last mile of Amazon’s fulfillment process by enabling fast, everyday delivery directly to customers’ doorstep. Packages are transported to delivery stations from Amazon fulfillment and sortation centers and then employees process customer packages for last-mile delivery. Most employees in customer fulfillment and transportation earn between $17 and $28 per hour. 

“It’s been a pleasure working with Amazon to bring this project to fruition in Show Low.”  “We are excited to have them join the Show Low business community”, said Show Low’s Business Development Coordinator, Steve North.  “The expansion of Amazon to the region confirms Show Low’s status as the business hub and marketing center of northeastern Arizona and is a significant step forward in our efforts to grow and diversify the economy of the region.”

“This partnership will bring great opportunity to the City of Show Low and to the White Mountains.  We are excited and looking forward to the opening of this development in the fall”, said Show Low Mayor John Leech Jr.

Since 2010, Amazon has invested more than $27 billion in Arizona, including infrastructure and compensation to employees, and has created more than 33,000 direct jobs here. These investments support an additional 42,800 indirect jobs across the state, in fields like construction and professional services, and have contributed more than $23.6 billion to the Arizona GDP, on top of the company’s direct investments.

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