Aramex, logistics firm based out of Dubai, has made partnership with Saudi-based Al-Dawaa Medical Services Co. (DMSCO), owner of Al-Dawaa Pharmacies, in a plan to extend its operations in the kingdom.
The first phase of the partnership will observe Aramex launch service centers in 20 branches of Al-Dawaa Pharmacies throughout Saudi Arabia, while the second phase will see it extend to hundreds of branches within the company’s pharmaceutical network.
Additionally, the agreement will ease the process of returns by permitting customers to send back e-commerce shipments via the latest service centers.
CEO of Aramex GCC, Levant, Central Asia, Turkey and Indian Sub-Continent, Hussam Baraqouni stated that Saudi is a main market for the firm.
He told, “Over the past few years, we have successfully ingrained ourselves within the community and forged meaningful partnerships by providing reliable services. Today’s agreement is uniquely positioned… to develop the domestic e-commerce sector in line with the Saudi government’s plans to strengthen its contribution to the national economy.”
He even said, “Increasing Aramex’s accessibility across the Saudi market is a top priority for us as we look forward to developing and delivering innovative solutions that can enhance our customer service experience.”
Executive Manager at DMSCO, Mohammad bin Saad Al Faraj mentioned, “The Kingdom is witnessing tremendous growth in the e-commerce sphere and we believe that our collaboration with Aramex will empower its development. By leveraging our network, the logistics sector is set to strengthen its contribution to the country’s economic development and growing e-commerce sector.”
Aramex boasts around 3,100 employees through out 121 branches, making it a leading express, logistics services provider and mail delivery to the Saudi market, with the overall area covered by its facilities in kingdom totaling around 67,000 square meters.
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