Amazon is planning to open two new logistic centers in Italy at an investment of €230 million to meet the increasing demand for delivery and warehouse services during the coronavirus pandemic. Specifically, Amazon (AMZN) announced that the fulfillment center in Novara and the sortation center in Spilamberto (MO) will create 1,100 permanent jobs over the coming three years. The world’s largest online retailer already employs 8,500 workers in the country and has already invested a total of €5.8 billion since 2010.