Aramex launches Aramex Go for entrepreneurs and start-ups

Aramex

Aramex has announced it has launched Aramex Go, a shipping platform that enables Saudi-based entrepreneurs and start-ups to ship products to domestic or international destinations without having a registered profile or a permanent Aramex account.

Over the last two years, Saudi-based entrepreneurs and start-ups have grown exponentially, the majority of which are in the e-commerce businesses. Aramex believe it is these businesses which require logistics solutions as a key enabler for business growth.

According to the company, Aramex Go provides an easy to use platform which meets the needs of these entrepreneurs and start-ups. The company hopes that users of the platform will benefit from competitive rates and flexible payment solutions through online payment, cash upon collection, as well as cash-on-delivery services. Aramex reported that the platform can deliver greater levels of efficiency by allowing multiple shipment creation per session.

Over the last year, Aramex has accelerated investments towards its digital transformation journey, marked by initiatives including the migration to the cloud, investment in asset-light technology-driven solutions such as Aramex Spot and Aramex Fleet, and operation-enhancing AI technologies that look to optimize delivery routes and shorten delivery times. Aramex also launched Aramex SMART, a full stack payment and delivery solution for e-tailers, as well as CargoWise, an integrated logistics execution platform that provides customization, automation and real-time visibility across global freight forwarding operations.

Source: Aramex 

 

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