Kushal Nahata, CEO & co-founder, FarEye, looks at the future of autonomous vehicles and their role in consumer-demanded doorstep deliveries
The deal comes as Zomato looks to beef up its infrastructure in India, but it wont be existing the UAE entirely
In order for COD to grow further, and therefore support the e-commerce eco-system further, Faris Fallouh, global express and ground operations director at Aramex looks at the five things couriers in the GCC need to do.
Mile was founded in 2016 by Shawar Javed and Fawad Ahmed and offers a suite of delivery and logistics management products to small and medium-sized businesses in UAE.
The platform has launched a beta site for the country and is opening a fully operational Customer Fulfilment Centre (CFC) in Greater Cairo’s Abu Rawash area.
Quiqup is a tech scale-up building a decentralised, AI powered last-mile logistics infrastructure to power same-day delivery services for retailers and restaurants.
Chalhoub Group is taking its pursuit of excellence in retail logistics into the digital sphere in Saudi Arabia, with FarEye as a key technology partner for the last mile
Logistics company announces a 7% fall in net profit for the fourth quarter of 2018 due to a one-one impairment payment
With more than 600-million more people forecast to live in urban environments by 2030 and new technologies creating opportunities for both service enhancement and disruption, online retailers and their logistics partners are being challenged to embrace bold new approaches in order to survive and compete.
The 23,000 square metre facility enables sellers to have a Souq.com store and ship their products to different customers, the company, which was purchased by Amazon last year, said in a statement.
Saudi nationals are invited to join the Aramex Fleet platform through the official website: fleet.aramex.com.
As we approach 2019, Gautam Kumar, co-founder & COO, FarEye, examine the four major supply chain and logistics trends that are going to impact businesses in the MEA region.
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