Aramex plans to double the amount of Saudi-based pick-up points in the next two years
Faris Fallouh, global express operations director, Aramex International talk us through the challenge of handling peak season demand in an e-commerce logistics operation.
Aramex says that if it weren’t for the currency fluctuations, it’s revenue growth would have been closer to 8% for the quarter.
A stock market missive reveals that Alabbar stepped down for personal reasons.
Fadi Ghandour, the founder of Aramex, says Uber's acquisition of Careem is going to be transformative for the UAE's start-up sector, creating hundreds of new entrepreneurs.
The acquisition will give Delhivery, which specialises in last mile deliveries for e-commerce clients, control of Aramex’s domestic infrastructure in the country.
Logistics company announces a 7% fall in net profit for the fourth quarter of 2018 due to a one-one impairment payment
Bashar Obeid, Chief Executive Officer of Aramex, said the acquisition would support the logistics company’s growth ambitions in Saudi Arabia.
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.
Saudi nationals are invited to join the Aramex Fleet platform through the official website: fleet.aramex.com.
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.
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.
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