In the early 2000s, Amazon opened a new fulfillment center on the campus of its headquarters in Seattle.

It was a massive operation.

Now it’s a warehouse for about 5 million items a day.

It’s a huge part of Amazon’s business, and a big reason why its stock price has skyrocketed.

“We were in a business for decades, not a decade, that was built around warehousing,” says Paul Sorenson, a partner at law firm Sorensen and Company who has worked on the company’s legal matters.

“When we moved to Amazon, it was not a business we had a problem with.

Amazon had been building warehouses for over 20 years.

They were the most important customer for us.”

Now the company says it will start selling online orders next month at a price that’s comparable to what it charges for bricks and mortar stores.

But while the warehouse might seem like a major milestone, it’s only a small part of what Amazon has been doing.

Amazon’s warehouse is a complex and largely invisible network of thousands of warehouses across the world, with more than 1,000 in the U.S. Amazon has about 3,400 warehouses worldwide.

Most of those are in the United States, but a few are located in Europe and Asia.

Here are some of the main areas of Amazon business.

Retailers and online merchants Amazon sells almost everything online, from books and electronics to video games and toys.

In the past, Amazon would buy the items directly from suppliers and sell them to consumers.

But Amazon decided to build its own warehouses in 2014, using a technology called Amazon Prime.

The company also offers an online fulfillment service, Amazon Prime Direct, which lets shoppers pick and order products online, which is cheaper than brick-and-mortar stores.

In 2017, Amazon started offering Prime shipping, meaning it delivers items to customers in their homes within a few days of ordering them online.

In February 2018, Amazon announced it would start selling books directly to consumers, starting with new titles that have not been available on Amazon for some time.

And in April, Amazon added the ability to ship orders online.

Amazon says it has shipped billions of items through Amazon Prime and other services, which includes the delivery of some items like books, electronics, and electronics accessories.

Amazon also operates a logistics network called Amazon Freight that delivers parcels from its warehouses around the world.

Amazon warehouses have long been used for warehouses in China, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and other countries.

Amazon said last year it would open up an additional 3,000 warehouses to make up for the loss of its manufacturing facilities in China.

The warehouse network has helped Amazon be profitable in the past.

The Seattle company said in 2016 it shipped $1.7 trillion in goods last year, which was a record.

The numbers are just a fraction of the amount of money Amazon makes from selling its products.

But for many years, Amazon has faced problems with inventory.

“I don’t think there’s been a company that has a more difficult time with inventory than Amazon,” says Michael Mauer, a retail analyst at Morningstar.

“They have a warehouse, they have warehouses and warehouses are just not used for all that stuff.

And they have a lot of inventory.

That’s a challenge they’ve had for a long time.”

The warehouse system is just one part of how Amazon makes money.

“The way we think about our business is we are not just about the physical store, but also the digital store,” says Andrew Miller, a vice president at the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

“And that is how we build our business.”

And unlike other retailers, Amazon does not have to pay for storage space.

It can sell its goods on the internet, and customers pay a monthly fee to access its online store.

That way, Amazon can keep making money while shipping more and more products.

Amazon is also working on building out a network of warehouses that it calls its cloud.

The network would include warehouses that Amazon owns and leases from other companies, but those facilities would be leased to Amazon for a fixed period of time.

Amazon would then pay Amazon a rent that the companies pay out over the long term.

For instance, Amazon could lease warehouses in the US for 25 years, and pay Amazon $4.4 million a year in rent.

The rent would eventually increase.

The idea is that Amazon can lock in its rent, and it can sell a lot more of its products through the network.

“Amazon’s business is built around having an online store,” Mauer says.

“So Amazon is doing the hard work of selling its goods online.

And that makes them a great fit for Amazon’s warehouses.”

The problem Amazon faces is that its warehouse network is mostly small.

Amazon does about $200 million a month in sales through its online marketplace, but that number doesn’t account for the millions of items