DHL’s import express service grows 55 percent in Saudi Arabia
SNAS/DHL, the first global carrier to operate in Saudi Arabia and the leading express delivery company in the Kingdom, announced further growth of its Import Express service, the Company’s strategic product, stated a press release.
The company reported over 55 percent growth for Import Express in 2001, announced SNAS/DHL Country Manager, Harlis Malkic. Import Express from DHL is the global delivery service that gives customers direct control over their suppliers. By simply making a local call, DHL deals directly with the pick of the customer’s shipment from the point of origin to his doorstep.
Import Express has reflected the growth of imports into the region, which has one of the fastest growing per capita rates in the world. Importing via air express is easy and enables businesses to bring goods to the market faster, which definitely improves customer services.
The inbound door-to-door service has become a convenient and all-inclusive priced service to many companies in the Kingdom. Customers can have shipments originating from 229 countries around the world expressed to the Kingdom within one to three working days, depending on the country of origin. Payments are made using local currency, which also reduces administration time.
SNAS is the largest air express company in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East with a fleet of nine aircraft operating over 430 flights monthly. DHL Worldwide Express is the world’s leading express service, linking more than 120,000 destinations in 229 countries and territories. DHL has a fleet of over 260 aircraft. In Asia-Pacific/Middle East alone, DHL serves 51 countries and territories, operates more than 1,300 stations, employs more than 18,000 personnel and operates about 3,900 transport vehicles. — (menareport.com)
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