More compelling evidence Amazon (AMZN) & AgEagle Aerial Systems (UAVS) could partner up

The information that Amazon (AMZN) has brought a warehouse of 140,000 square meters to Wichita was big which could include AgEagle Aerial Systems (UAVS), but apparently the company was getting much more news in Park City.

No one is speaking yet, especially the officials of Park City, but it is supposed to open up in August 2021 on the northeast angle, 69th North and Broadway, with over 1 million square feet on the main floor and a mezzanine of more than 250,000 square feet.

The name of Amazon is also included in the document — which is a reference someone might not delete. Moreover, another source confirms that the name of the Amazon is on plans.

Scannell, a developer in Illinois specializing in Amazon properties, issued the RFP. Senior development manager Chris Miller, listed in the RFP, did not submit a comment call.

It can be easier to think of the acreage in order to understand how huge the project is. The property itself is approximately 80 hectares, with almost 25 of them on the main floor. The mezzanine is nearly six acres more.

Amazon is constantly investigating new locations to support the growth and increase the flexibility of its North American fulfillment network to address customers’ needs, however, the company is not yet commenting on any specific operations plans in Kansas,

Daniel Martin

The Wichita warehouse that has been announced sounds like it is mainly for larger products. Consider large devices, such as coolers, dryers, and sports equipment such as bikes or kayaks.

How the new warehouse is to be used is not obvious. It could be a standard Amazon distribution center, but it sounds like there may be more to it related to AgEagle.

Why Amazon (AMZN) & AgEagle Aerial Systems partnership is about to break silence

According to a document recorded by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), plans to relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations to Wichita, Kansas during the second quarter of this year. That hasn’t happened yet, nor has the company announced where it is opening.

Regardless of AgEagle’s potential involvement, the RFP states that the building will be used as a warehouse and non-sort distribution center that will operate 24-7, 52 weeks of the year.

For the better part of two years, there’s been talk in certain circles that Amazon is coming to the Wichita market and that it would come with more than one facility. That included a potential call center of sorts and even a possible connection with Wichita State University, which the school previously denied.

As drones revolutionize supply chains, we already know from food delivery to package delivery, drones will revolutionize porch delivery. It’s well known that major e-commerce companies are developing package delivery logistics services. I’ve seen a surge of prominent companies that have begun actively developing commercial drone delivery logistics initiatives as part of their long-term growth strategy.  At my company, we are very excited to be engaged at the leading edge of this point-to-point drone manufacturing and logistics innovation.

Michael Drozd, CEO of AgEagle Aerial Systems (UAVS)

This quote from the CEO states that they are very excited to be engaged at the leading edge of drone manufacturing and logistics innovation.

With more and more companies developing solutions to drone delivery, it is for certain that AgEagle Aerial Systems and Amazon are in talks right now.

Is AgEagle Aerial Systems (UAVS) a reliable investment?

Shares of AgEagle Aerial Systems (UAVS) appear to be a very good investment option, the Money Midnight Indicator is expecting its price to rise considerably in the next several months. The majority of the metrics point to this investment being highly attractive.

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Tim Rolle
Tim Rolle

Investor of 6 years and Managing Editor of Money Midnight, a news outlet focused on highly profitable investment ideas and bold underground research.

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