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A LOOK INSIDE ONE OF AMAZON’S WAREHOUSES IN VIRGINIA

The giant Amazon warehouse in Chesterfield County is constantly bustling with activity.

At about 1.2 million square feet — roughly the size of 28 football fields — the fulfillment center stores, packages and ships what Amazon officials would only describe as “tens of millions” of products. More than 10 miles of conveyor belts weave through the building.

“We are shipping hundreds of thousands (of orders) a day,” said Dan Miller, general manager of the Chesterfield fulfillment center.

While the speed of shipment

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