|Address:||15940 Euclid Ave, Chino, CA 91708, USA|
Amazon Delivery Station - Chino (DLA7) is located in San Bernardino County of California state. On the street of Euclid Avenue and street number is 15940. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is 800-372-8066.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Amazon Delivery Station - Chino (DLA7) quickly are 33.9654772 ,-117.6533026
I love working here and with the people I work with.
I think this is one of the better stations to work out of if your doing Amazon Flex. The routes are not always perfect, but its definitely not one of the worser stations to work from. I've been working with this station for 2 years now, and they are usually on point and get you in and out with your route in a decent amount of time. And the station employees are friendly and helpful as well. Not many bad things I can say about Chino-DLA7. I would much rather pick up from here than at any of the other Amazon delivery stations on the platform.
My experience with other Stations:
Irvine. I don't like the Irvine station at all, because it gets really packed there, and the other Flex drivers here in the lines are really cutthroat and like to cut people off. The layout inside the building can be very confusing to follow if your not familiar with it, the station employees here are sometimes rude and try to rush you out quickly while your trying to organize your packages, or they don't give you proper direction once inside the building. And the routes from Irvine are usually not the best either in my experience.
Rosemead. The Rosemead station gets really crowded as well and usually has long lines and/or wait times to get your route. I have taken 5:00pm blocks here and have waited nearly 45 minutes to get my route. Besides that, I've also gotten really crappy routes from Rosemead including Downtown Glendale, Downtown Los Angeles, Downtown Burbank, and Old Town Pasadena - all of which were very difficult routes - and usually results in alot of returns. And even if you do get a decent route at Rosemead, it will often be in high traffic areas which will take you much longer to complete your route because it may take you like 25 minutes or sometimes longer to get to each drop off - Thus making you go way over your block time and not get paid for it.
So in conclusion, I think its best to do Amazon Flex from Chino DLA7. Because of easier routes, a more efficient station pickup process, and because of lessor traffic and parking problems associated with that station. There is a big difference between traffic in Ontario (Chino-DLA7) verses, let's say Alhambra (Rosemead-DPS1). So my advice is to work smarter and not harder.
Second best station I've delivered for. Employees have good attitudes, and their system is pretty efficient.
It is cool. Easy money