Amazon, which has been closing, canceling or delaying the opening of its logistics facilities since April 2022—when it admitted that a voracious expansion in 2021, topping out at more than 400M SF, had grossly overestimated the rate of e-commerce growth—will continue to chop branches off its logistics network in 2023.

A new survey by MWPVL International, a logistics consultant that tracks Amazon’s network, says the tally of shuttered or canceled portions of Amazon’s mammoth industrial footprint has now grown to 99 facilities encompassing more than 32M SF in 30 states.

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