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  • UNFI Warehouse Locations in the USA
    UNFI has 40 warehouse locations in the United States.
  • Working for Amazon DSP Vs Delivery Station
    Amazon delivery stations are warehouse facilities that prepare shipment for last mile delivery. Each delivery station is served by one or more delivery service partners (DSPs). DSPs are not owned by Amazon but are independently owned franchises that have a fleet of 20 to 40 minivans on average. See: list of 1,736 Amazon DSPs across … Read more
  • Walmart Yard Truck Driver: All you need to know
    Yard truck drivers at Walmart distribution centers (DCs) are responsible for moving trailers within the DC yard. This task is usually performed using a specialized truck called a terminator tractor, shunt truck, yard dog or spotter truck. In other companies, this position may also be called yard jockey, yard spotter or switcher. In Walmart DCs, … Read more
  • Kohl’s Storage & Distribution Center Locations
    Kohl’s has 15 warehousing facilities in the following states: Six of these facilities are e-Commerce fulfillment centers and are dedicated towards processing, filling and shipping Kohls.com orders.
  • When Will Amazon Warehouse Start Hiring Again in 2023?
    Amazon warehouses typically do high volume hiring twice a year: March to June and late September to December. We know this because they’ve hired around this time in previous years, e.g. in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022. Hiring ramps up in June in preparation for July sales – Amazon Prime Day – on July 12th … Read more
  • Best Glove Setup for Working in a Freezer Warehouse
    If you work in the freezer section of a distribution center or warehouse, you’ve probably noticed that your hands are the first to get cold. Not only do they get cold, but they can also become quite painful and numb. This makes your job more stressful than it needs to be. If you’re like me, … Read more