New entrant to the extremely competitive e-com logistics space noon.com is focusing on integration and automation of processes as it seeks 100% coverage in the UAE and KSA.
The online retailer has already developed proprietary technology that allows it to collect and deliver shipments more easily, and will soon be hiring more Saudi Arabian nationals for its last mile operations.
Kanoo Logistics opens 100,000 square meter yard and a 10,000 square meters’ warehouse in Dammam.
The first phase of the partnership will enable Aramex to launch service centers within 20 branches of Al-Dawaa Pharmacies distributed across the Kingdom.
The nearly 12 million square-meter facility will build offshore oil and gas rigs, offshore support vessels and commercial vessels, including Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs).
TradeLens has been joined by 94 major players like freight forwarder Agility, CEVA Logistics, ocean carrier Pacific International Lines (PIL) and a network of 20 port and terminal operators that span 234 maritime gateways.
Bahri said new vessels commissioned into Bahri’s fleet over the last six months helped it offset any negative impact of lower transportation rates during the quarter.
The platform gives trucking companies, including smaller carriers, access to a larger pool of customers and allows them to make more efficient use of their fleets.
The company looked to improve the flexibility and scalability of its business, and sought an integrated warehouse management system (WMS) that can support its current and future requirements.
The local distribution centre is 15,000 sqm and will act as a buffer facility for its primary warehouse in Jeddah.
The larger yard will allow for in-house maintenance and repair of the equipment fleet.
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