The firefighting company Amazon is fighting against its competitors over the delivery of firefighting supplies to Amazon’s customers has come under fire from a number of fire fighters.
In an interview with The Globe and Mail, Paul M. Leventhal, a Fire Chief with the Canadian Fire Service, said the firefighting supply chain is broken.
He said that while Amazon is a very big player in the fire fighting supply chain, it has a lot of competition in terms of their delivery to their customers.
“I don’t know if they’re all on the same page, but we know that some of them are on the right side, some of the others are on wrong side,” he said.
Leventhal said he has spoken to Amazon and they are looking into the matter, but it’s not a big issue for them because they know how important it is to be delivering firefighting equipment to their customer base.
“They know they have to do it.
They’re trying to be the best fire fighter in the world,” he told the Globe and News.
Levettal also said he’s spoken with the CEO of Amazon’s firefighting business, Jeff Bezos, about the issue.
He also said Amazon is doing everything it can to help the fire fighters who have lost their lives.
The Globe and Post reported that in August, fire fighters working for Amazon’s Firefighting supply chains were told to stay away from Amazon’s warehouses in the U.S. and Canada, citing safety concerns.
The news prompted many firefighters to protest at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, and sparked widespread anger and protests against the company.