Middle East transportation provider, Aramex International has signed an agreement with MSN Arabia to become the exclusive shipping and e-services partner for its online shopping activities.
Aramex will provide MSN Arabia with solutions to meet the shipping requirements of all e-shops participating in the shopping section. Aramex will also provide its logistics and viable e-services, including order processing and order fulfillment, as well as payment solutions to the e-shops and online suppliers participating in MSN Arabia's shopping activities.
MSN Arabia, jointly managed by LINKdotNET and Microsoft, caters to both Arabic and English users, with three million Hotmail subscribers registered in the Arab world. The portal features more than 24 channels from business news to online games and shopping.
LINKdotNET is the region's leading privately owned internet service and solutions provider, with more than 40 percent market share in the Dial Up business in Egypt alone, and hundreds of corporate customers in the rest of the region.
Aramex International provides transportation solutions in the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent offering express package delivery, freight forwarding, logistics and other transportation services. Aramex has in its twenty-year history formed a global network with 134 offices in 34 countries, as well as several hubs located in strategic positions with global coverage. — (menareport.com)
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