26 Countries Where Amazon Operates in 2024

Written by Carlee Parsley

Published: February 21, 2024

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Australia

Hyams Beach Sunrise NSW Australia

Australia and its islands demand a lot of Amazon, justifying the company’s 21 buildings in the country.

The world’s sixth-largest country and smallest continent, Australia features a little bit of everything. The country spans the dichotomy between its ultra-urban cities and laid-back countryside. Amazon caters to both sides of life for Australia and its islands. The country hosts multiple fulfillment centers, sorting centers, and delivery stations. Shoppers can also use the dedicated website amazon.com.au for their browsing.

Austria

Austria uses nine dedicated delivery centers to distribute Amazon products.

Located in Central Europe among the Eastern Alps, Austria has been a source of history, art, politics, science, sports, and more. The peaks of the Alps make for world-famous skiing and winter activities, but other seasons bring other exciting adventures to be had. Austria is home to multiple Amazon delivery stations that service Austrian shoppers and those in surrounding countries.

Belgium

Belgium is surrounded by other countries with a larger Amazon presence.

Belgium boasts a rich history that can be seen throughout the country with its medieval towns and architecture that dates back to the Renaissance. Amazon uses five delivery stations to serve all regions in Belgium.

Brazil

Brazil hosts a large number of Amazon buildings, helping the company reach its neighbors as well.

The easternmost country in South America, Brazil features everything from vast coastlines and beautiful mountain ranges to thriving metropolises and exciting adventures. Amazon relies on 26 fulfillment centers and delivery stations to complete orders placed through Brazil’s dedicated website, amazon.com.br.

Canada

Revelstoke Mountain ski resort in British Columbia, Canada

Amazon’s multiple facilities help the company reach its customers, even in the snowy north.

Home to the world’s longest coastline, Canada reaches from the Atlantic Ocean to both the Pacific Ocean and Arctic Ocean. Canada hosts a large Amazon presence, with 22 fulfillment centers and 38 delivery stations. Amazon shoppers in Canada have a dedicated website, amazon.ca, that features all available products.

People’s Republic of China

The Great Wall of China.

Amazon’s history with China has hit multiple roadblocks.

Amazingly, China’s borders include almost as much land area as the whole of Europe. Ecommerce trends have been strong in China for years, but Amazon failed to hold space in the market against other ecommerce giants like Alibaba and JD.com. Today, Amazon shoppers and sellers in China have to import and/or export goods from a single warehouse.

Czech Republic

Czechia relies on two Amazon buildings for its online orders.

Also known as Czechia, the Czech Republic has a long and storied history that’s evident in its beautiful medieval architecture. Amazon doesn’t have a huge presence in Czechia with just two facilities within its borders, but a presence nonetheless.

Egypt

Aerial Drone shot over Egypt Alexandria City sea - The Citadel of Qaitbay

Egypt combines the ancient with the modern and utilizes 23 Amazon facilities.

Egypt links Africa to the Middle East and has long been a focal point for cultures and empires growing around the Mediterranean. Monuments dating back millennia dot the landscape, which contrast with the modernity of its big cities. The country hosts one Amazon fulfillment center and a whopping 22 delivery stations that fill orders from amazon.eg, Egypt’s dedicated Amazon portal.

France

France hosts a large Amazon presence, with over 50 facilities.

One of the largest European countries, France encompasses everything from Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines to peaks in the both Alps and Pyrenees mountains. Amazon operates numerous facilities in France, including 13 fulfillment centers and 38 delivery stations, as well as its dedicated site amazon.fr.

Germany

Steeped in hundreds of years of history, Germany juxtaposes the old with the new and hosts over 100 Amazon buildings for its ecommerce needs.

Germany combines its natural beauty and landscapes with cities and soaring skyscrapers. Amazon’s presence in Germany includes its own site, amazon.de, 35 fulfillment centers, and 89 delivery stations.

India

mumbai skyline

As of 2023, India outranks China for the largest population in the world and Amazon aims to serve with nearly 300 facilities in the country.

Home to the most people in the world as of 2023, India makes up a greater portion of South Asia. India hosts a huge Amazon presence alongside its dedicated site, amazon.in, with 76 fulfillment centers and over 200 delivery stations.

Italy

Italy helps Amazon stretch into the Mediterranean with 50 different buildings.

Many great empires called Italy home and left behind breathtakingly ancient monuments, while modern cities have made names for themselves through food, fashion, religion, art, and more. Amazon has sprinkled over 50 different facilities throughout Italy to meet the demand from customers in Italy and beyond using the dedicated site amazon.it.

Ireland

The Emerald Isle includes four Amazon facilities.

Ireland’s landscape and people have long been shaped by its isolation as an island in western Europe. Amazon’s presence in Ireland includes one fulfillment center and three delivery stations, though the distinction between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland — which remains part of the U.K. — can lead to confusion and increased costs.

Japan

High Speed Bullet Train Tokaido Shinkansen and Fuji mountain with rice field, Fuji, Shizuoka, Japan

Unlike its history in China, Amazon has a strong presence in Japan.

Japan consists of four islands that collectively stretch 1,500 miles off the coast of China and Russia. The country’s intricate history and cultural traditions continue to inform its people, which translates today to a technologically advanced populace. Amazon utilizes over 100 different facilities and its amazon.co.jp marketplace.

Kuwait

Amazon’s presence in Kuwait includes just one facility.

Nestled on the Arabian Peninsula, Kuwait ekes out space for itself between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The country’s borders include nine islands in the Persian Gulf, one of which traces its history to prehistoric times. Amazon doesn’t have a huge presence in Kuwait with just one fulfillment center, but this serves as a foothold in the area for the ecommerce giant.

Mexico

Mexico, Panoramic view of Veracruz city port with container ships, tankers and car carriers.

Amazon serves customers throughout Mexico with more than 40 different buildings.

The third-largest Latin American country, Mexico is made up of 31 different states and regions that combine to create a wonderfully diverse country. Amazon uses over 40 facilities to cater to shoppers in Mexico through amazon.com.mx’s portal.

Netherlands

The Netherlands has just two Amazon facilities within its borders.

Located in northwestern Europe, the Netherlands borders the North Sea and houses one of the densest populations in the world. Despite its dense population and dedicated Amazon site, amazon.nl, the Netherlands has a limited Amazon presence with just two delivery stations.

Poland

Aerial panoramic view of historical buildings and roofs in Polish medieval town Torun

Poland makes use of 10 different Amazon buildings.

Poland shares its borders with seven other countries, making it a key player in many waves of history. Despite being pulled in many directions over the years, Polish culture remains strong and gave rise to many famous artists and intellectuals. The country uses its own Amazon portal, amazon.pl, and includes 10 Amazon facilities within its borders.

Saudi Arabia

Alrahmah floating mosque with sea in foreground, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Amazon uses its presence in Saudi Arabia to serve customers within the country and beyond.

Making up a majority of the Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia is the only country with coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. Amazon shoppers in Saudi Arabia use a dedicated site, amazon.sa, and make use of the 20 Amazon facilities based in the country.

Singapore

Singapore’s diverse populace makes use of four Amazon buildings.

Singapore sits on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula as an island country that contains over 60 islands and islets within its borders. The country is home to the second-densest population in the world. Amazon’s presence in Singapore helps the company reach into other nearby countries with its dedicated site, amazon.sg, and four facilities.

Slovakia

Beautiful autumn with red an yellow trees under the Tatra Mountains at dawn. Slovakia

Amazon uses its one facility in Slovakia to reach customers in the country and beyond its borders.

An independent country since 1993, Slovakia has forged its own path. The country encompasses medieval history, beautiful landscapes, and ancient cities. Amazon bases a fulfillment center in Slovakia.

Spain

Amazon operates more than 60 buildings in Spain to reach throughout the Iberian Peninsula.

Spain includes 17 diverse regions that encompass over 80% of the Iberian Peninsula. The country’s history reaches back thousands of years, which shows in its ancient architecture. Amazon operates over 60 facilities in Spain to fulfill orders from the amazon.es site.

Sweden

Sweden’s single Amazon building serves the whole country.

Sweden’s borders include thousands of islands and lakes, as well as many miles of coastline along the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia. The country shares the Scandinavian Peninsula with Norway. Amazon shoppers can browse amazon.se for available products and go through the one fulfillment center in the country.

Türkiye

For such a large country, Türkiye only has two Amazon buildings.

Türkiye takes up most of the Anatolian Peninsula, bordered by both the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. The country sits in both Asia and Europe. Amazon has placed two facilities in Türkiye to serve orders placed on amazon.com.tr in Türkiye and surrounding countries.

United Kingdom

Amazon has a huge presence in the United Kingdom with more than 150 buildings.

England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland combine to make up the United Kingdom. Separated from the rest of Europe by the English Channel, the U.K. chose to leave the European Union in 2016. Amazon operates over 150 facilities within the country, helping deliver all products purchased through the amazon.co.uk site.

United States of America

Statue of Liberty

The U.S. is full of Amazon facilities, with more than any other country.

As the birthplace of Amazon, it makes sense that the U.S. has the largest concentration of company facilities. Within the United States, Amazon owns over 1,300 different facilities with many more planned for the future.


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Since its inception in 1995, Amazon revolutionized online shopping with its fast shipping and huge catalogs of merchandise to choose from. The company launched from Seattle, Washington and now operates as a global leader in ecommerce. In fact, it would be much faster to list the countries where Amazon doesn’t operate, its reach is so widespread! 

Amazon reports servicing 130 countries worldwide through its AmazonGlobal program, but only maintains warehouses or distribution centers in about 26 of those. The available products, shipping fees, and delivery times vary greatly between countries. For some items, shoppers in countries without a direct Amazon presence choose to use package forwarding services to circumvent product limitations. In some countries, Amazon has established dedicated websites that cater to customers and sellers in a specific region. 

This incredible reach is possible due to the vast network of warehouses and hubs Amazon has established. These warehouses sit in 26 strategic countries that then distribute goods to many other nearby countries. As we explore the 26 countries where Amazon operates in 2024, we’ll note whether a country has a dedicated Amazon website. Let’s get started!

Australia

Hyams Beach Sunrise NSW Australia

Australia and its islands demand a lot of Amazon, justifying the company’s 21 buildings in the country.

The world’s sixth-largest country and smallest continent, Australia features a little bit of everything. The country spans the dichotomy between its ultra-urban cities and laid-back countryside. Amazon caters to both sides of life for Australia and its islands. The country hosts multiple fulfillment centers, sorting centers, and delivery stations. Shoppers can also use the dedicated website amazon.com.au for their browsing.

Austria

Austria uses nine dedicated delivery centers to distribute Amazon products.

Located in Central Europe among the Eastern Alps, Austria has been a source of history, art, politics, science, sports, and more. The peaks of the Alps make for world-famous skiing and winter activities, but other seasons bring other exciting adventures to be had. Austria is home to multiple Amazon delivery stations that service Austrian shoppers and those in surrounding countries.

Belgium

Belgium is surrounded by other countries with a larger Amazon presence.

Belgium boasts a rich history that can be seen throughout the country with its medieval towns and architecture that dates back to the Renaissance. Amazon uses five delivery stations to serve all regions in Belgium.

Brazil

Brazil hosts a large number of Amazon buildings, helping the company reach its neighbors as well.

The easternmost country in South America, Brazil features everything from vast coastlines and beautiful mountain ranges to thriving metropolises and exciting adventures. Amazon relies on 26 fulfillment centers and delivery stations to complete orders placed through Brazil’s dedicated website, amazon.com.br.

Canada

Revelstoke Mountain ski resort in British Columbia, Canada

Amazon’s multiple facilities help the company reach its customers, even in the snowy north.

Home to the world’s longest coastline, Canada reaches from the Atlantic Ocean to both the Pacific Ocean and Arctic Ocean. Canada hosts a large Amazon presence, with 22 fulfillment centers and 38 delivery stations. Amazon shoppers in Canada have a dedicated website, amazon.ca, that features all available products.

People’s Republic of China

The Great Wall of China.

Amazon’s history with China has hit multiple roadblocks.

Amazingly, China’s borders include almost as much land area as the whole of Europe. Ecommerce trends have been strong in China for years, but Amazon failed to hold space in the market against other ecommerce giants like Alibaba and JD.com. Today, Amazon shoppers and sellers in China have to import and/or export goods from a single warehouse.

Czech Republic

Czechia relies on two Amazon buildings for its online orders.

Also known as Czechia, the Czech Republic has a long and storied history that’s evident in its beautiful medieval architecture. Amazon doesn’t have a huge presence in Czechia with just two facilities within its borders, but a presence nonetheless.

Egypt

Aerial Drone shot over Egypt Alexandria City sea - The Citadel of Qaitbay

Egypt combines the ancient with the modern and utilizes 23 Amazon facilities.

Egypt links Africa to the Middle East and has long been a focal point for cultures and empires growing around the Mediterranean. Monuments dating back millennia dot the landscape, which contrast with the modernity of its big cities. The country hosts one Amazon fulfillment center and a whopping 22 delivery stations that fill orders from amazon.eg, Egypt’s dedicated Amazon portal.

France

France hosts a large Amazon presence, with over 50 facilities.

One of the largest European countries, France encompasses everything from Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines to peaks in the both Alps and Pyrenees mountains. Amazon operates numerous facilities in France, including 13 fulfillment centers and 38 delivery stations, as well as its dedicated site amazon.fr.

Germany

Steeped in hundreds of years of history, Germany juxtaposes the old with the new and hosts over 100 Amazon buildings for its ecommerce needs.

Germany combines its natural beauty and landscapes with cities and soaring skyscrapers. Amazon’s presence in Germany includes its own site, amazon.de, 35 fulfillment centers, and 89 delivery stations.

India

mumbai skyline

As of 2023, India outranks China for the largest population in the world and Amazon aims to serve with nearly 300 facilities in the country.

Home to the most people in the world as of 2023, India makes up a greater portion of South Asia. India hosts a huge Amazon presence alongside its dedicated site, amazon.in, with 76 fulfillment centers and over 200 delivery stations.

Italy

Italy helps Amazon stretch into the Mediterranean with 50 different buildings.

Many great empires called Italy home and left behind breathtakingly ancient monuments, while modern cities have made names for themselves through food, fashion, religion, art, and more. Amazon has sprinkled over 50 different facilities throughout Italy to meet the demand from customers in Italy and beyond using the dedicated site amazon.it.

Ireland

The Emerald Isle includes four Amazon facilities.

Ireland’s landscape and people have long been shaped by its isolation as an island in western Europe. Amazon’s presence in Ireland includes one fulfillment center and three delivery stations, though the distinction between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland — which remains part of the U.K. — can lead to confusion and increased costs.

Japan

High Speed Bullet Train Tokaido Shinkansen and Fuji mountain with rice field, Fuji, Shizuoka, Japan

Unlike its history in China, Amazon has a strong presence in Japan.

Japan consists of four islands that collectively stretch 1,500 miles off the coast of China and Russia. The country’s intricate history and cultural traditions continue to inform its people, which translates today to a technologically advanced populace. Amazon utilizes over 100 different facilities and its amazon.co.jp marketplace.

Kuwait

Amazon’s presence in Kuwait includes just one facility.

Nestled on the Arabian Peninsula, Kuwait ekes out space for itself between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The country’s borders include nine islands in the Persian Gulf, one of which traces its history to prehistoric times. Amazon doesn’t have a huge presence in Kuwait with just one fulfillment center, but this serves as a foothold in the area for the ecommerce giant.

Mexico

Mexico, Panoramic view of Veracruz city port with container ships, tankers and car carriers.

Amazon serves customers throughout Mexico with more than 40 different buildings.

The third-largest Latin American country, Mexico is made up of 31 different states and regions that combine to create a wonderfully diverse country. Amazon uses over 40 facilities to cater to shoppers in Mexico through amazon.com.mx’s portal.

Netherlands

The Netherlands has just two Amazon facilities within its borders.

Located in northwestern Europe, the Netherlands borders the North Sea and houses one of the densest populations in the world. Despite its dense population and dedicated Amazon site, amazon.nl, the Netherlands has a limited Amazon presence with just two delivery stations.

Poland

Aerial panoramic view of historical buildings and roofs in Polish medieval town Torun

Poland makes use of 10 different Amazon buildings.

Poland shares its borders with seven other countries, making it a key player in many waves of history. Despite being pulled in many directions over the years, Polish culture remains strong and gave rise to many famous artists and intellectuals. The country uses its own Amazon portal, amazon.pl, and includes 10 Amazon facilities within its borders.

Saudi Arabia

Alrahmah floating mosque with sea in foreground, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Amazon uses its presence in Saudi Arabia to serve customers within the country and beyond.

Making up a majority of the Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia is the only country with coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. Amazon shoppers in Saudi Arabia use a dedicated site, amazon.sa, and make use of the 20 Amazon facilities based in the country.

Singapore

Singapore’s diverse populace makes use of four Amazon buildings.

Singapore sits on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula as an island country that contains over 60 islands and islets within its borders. The country is home to the second-densest population in the world. Amazon’s presence in Singapore helps the company reach into other nearby countries with its dedicated site, amazon.sg, and four facilities.

Slovakia

Beautiful autumn with red an yellow trees under the Tatra Mountains at dawn. Slovakia

Amazon uses its one facility in Slovakia to reach customers in the country and beyond its borders.

An independent country since 1993, Slovakia has forged its own path. The country encompasses medieval history, beautiful landscapes, and ancient cities. Amazon bases a fulfillment center in Slovakia.

Spain

Amazon operates more than 60 buildings in Spain to reach throughout the Iberian Peninsula.

Spain includes 17 diverse regions that encompass over 80% of the Iberian Peninsula. The country’s history reaches back thousands of years, which shows in its ancient architecture. Amazon operates over 60 facilities in Spain to fulfill orders from the amazon.es site.

Sweden

Sweden’s single Amazon building serves the whole country.

Sweden’s borders include thousands of islands and lakes, as well as many miles of coastline along the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia. The country shares the Scandinavian Peninsula with Norway. Amazon shoppers can browse amazon.se for available products and go through the one fulfillment center in the country.

Türkiye

For such a large country, Türkiye only has two Amazon buildings.

Türkiye takes up most of the Anatolian Peninsula, bordered by both the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. The country sits in both Asia and Europe. Amazon has placed two facilities in Türkiye to serve orders placed on amazon.com.tr in Türkiye and surrounding countries.

United Kingdom

Amazon has a huge presence in the United Kingdom with more than 150 buildings.

England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland combine to make up the United Kingdom. Separated from the rest of Europe by the English Channel, the U.K. chose to leave the European Union in 2016. Amazon operates over 150 facilities within the country, helping deliver all products purchased through the amazon.co.uk site.

United States of America

Statue of Liberty

The U.S. is full of Amazon facilities, with more than any other country.

As the birthplace of Amazon, it makes sense that the U.S. has the largest concentration of company facilities. Within the United States, Amazon owns over 1,300 different facilities with many more planned for the future.


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Carlee is a writer and researcher with nearly a decade of experience that ranges from fiction to business. She loves to write about the outdoors, weird and lesser-known animals, and all types of flora.

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