Aramex aquires Saudi TAL for US $80-million in KSA expansion
Bashar Obeid, Chief Executive Officer of Aramex, said the acquisition would support the logistics company’s growth ambitions in Saudi Arabia.
Aramex to sell its 60% stake in JV with Australia Post for $20m
The decision to sell came as a mutually agreed transaction that will allow both organizations to independently execute their strategic growth in the booming global e-commerce industry.
Aramex launches crowd-shipping solution Aramex Fleet in Saudi Arabia
Saudi nationals are invited to join the Aramex Fleet platform through the official website:
Leaner, more e-com focused Aramex sees Q3 net profit grow 38%
Bashar Obeid, chief executive officer of Aramex, said the results were a product of ongoing growth in e-commerce demand in the region, as well as internal efforts to cut operational costs.
Aramex introduces chat-bot customer service via WhatsApp
The service aims to provide an on-demand and customised customer interaction for shipment notifications, live location sharing, new delivery instructions and scheduling, offering last mile preferences and an upgrade to the company’s service level.
Aramex expands Saudi presence in with Al-Dawaa Medical Services
The first phase of the partnership will enable Aramex to launch service centers within 20 branches of Al-Dawaa Pharmacies distributed across the Kingdom.
Aramex says technology is "major limiting factor" in solar market growth
Success of many solar projects in the Middle East stems from tariffs which tend to form one of the biggest barriers to entry for new players says Aramex.
Aramex Q2 profits surge 26% on e-commerce demand
Obeid said that the company would continue to deliver on its digital transformation strategy moving forward.
Aramex launches 3.2 Megawatt Solar Photovoltaic Plant in Dubai
Solar plant on roof of Aramex warehouse is largest single-rooftop solar photovoltaic plant in the MENA region with 9,000 solar panels, covered over a total roof area of 38,000 square meters.
Aramex says not exposed to troubled Abraaj Group
Abraaj Capital in 2002 bought a substantial stake in Aramex through its Cayman registered structured buyout fund, after which Aramex - then listed on Nasdaq as the first Arab company to trade its shares on a US stock exchange - was delisted.
E-commerce growth boosts Q1 profits of Dubai's Aramex
Logistics and transportation services provider registers 13% rise in net profit during first quarter
Aramex debuts Affiliate and Partner programs for S&S e-com in UAE
Aramex has launched its brand new Shop & Ship (S&S) Affiliate and Partner Programs in the UAE to boost last mile e-commerce operations.

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