Coronavirus Closing: Here’s Why One Amazon Center Temporarily Closing Shouldn’t Delay Your Delivery

When Amazon briefly closed a delivery center after a worker tested positive for COVID-19, it raised the question: Can the shutdown of a single warehouse delay how quickly anxious customers get their orders?

Given the size of Amazon’s delivery network, the simple answer is, probably not.

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About the Contributor

About the Contributor

With over 15 years of consulting expertise, Tim leads AArete’s Advisory Services offering and the Education, Retail and Consumer, Transportation, Logistics and Distribution and Diversified Industrial industry practices. With additional experience in strategic profitability improvement and the Health: Payer industry, Tim has leveraged is diverse range of consulting experience in supply market economics, negotiations, process improvement, team-oriented problem-solving and market intelligence research. He holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from The Anderson School at UCLA, a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Virginia and is a published author in CMCSP’s Supply Chain Quarterly, Target Marketing, and Retail TouchPoints.