So, What Countries Does Amazon Operate In?
Since Jeff Bezos started selling books out of his Seattle garage in 1995, Amazon has exploded into a national and global success story. Today, in the United States, Amazon has grown to have a presence in all 50 states, whether that be a warehouse (where they employ 100s of workers) or it’s under their delivery coverage area.
Then on the world scale, they now operate across 5 continents with around 20 countries having dedicated websites for shoppers and sellers. These include the United States, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Singapore, Mexico, and Brazil to name some.
They also have built over 150 fulfillment centers globally with a majority of them residing in the U.S. Although they don’t have operations in every country, they still deliver to over 100 countries in the rest of the world.
Apart from the Amazon, country-specific websites, Amazon ships to over 100 countries worldwide through its AmazonGlobal shipping program. However, the item variety, fees, and shipping rates will depend upon your shipping address. To do this, navigate to your account info and update your details to include your international address. Once updated, Amazon will automatically display if the item can or cannot be shipped to your location.