Amazon said on Monday that it had opened three new logistics centers in Brazil to take advantage of the growth opportunities of the e-commerce business in South America’s largest economy. These three logistics centers are located in Minas Gerais, Rio Grande de Janeiro and Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, respectively, increasing the number of Amazon logistics centers in Brazil to eight and expanding its reach to all corners of the country. < / P > < p > this expansion has increased 75000 square meters of distribution space, the largest expansion since Amazon entered Brazil in 2012, and is expected to create 1500 direct employment opportunities. Alex szapiro, CEO of Amazon Brazil, said the new logistics center will increase the number of cities Amazon Prime customers can enjoy two-day delivery service from 400 to more than 500. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today