Amazon is delivering packages out of ‘carnival’ tents in a mad race to catch up to UPS and FedEx

Amazon is operating out of giant tents in cities across the US as it races to expand its delivery network to supplement and compete with UPS, FedEx, and USPS.

The tech company has pitched tents in at least eight states including Tennessee, South Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Colorado, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Idaho.

The structures serve as delivery stations, which is Amazon’s term for the facilities that house packages until the last leg of their journey to customers’ homes and businesses.

\Amazon employees sort packages inside the tents, before delivery drivers load them into their vehicles and transport them to their final destinations.

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Very smart, low overhead 😉