A former team leader at Amazon’s huge warehouse complex at Dunfermline has been jailed for his part in a scam which saw the theft of goods worth £11,000 from the site.
Amazon is to throw open its doors to the public this summer for free guided tours of the firm’s giant fulfilment centre in Fife.
Questions have been raised about the public’s safety after plans to sell alcohol from Amazon’s warehouse in Dunfermline were given the green light by councillors.
Hard pressed workers at Amazon have resorted to sleeping in tents close to the company’s fulfilment centre in Fife, The Courier can reveal.
A group of protesters have staged a demonstration at Amazon’s warehouse in Dunfermline over what they have labelled “draconian” working conditions and practices.
Amazon Dunfermline has made a £1,000 donation to a local riding school that promotes the use of horses to develop life skills of people with learning difficulties and physical disabilities.