Sunday, 9 May 2021 – 4:45 PM
DUBAI, 9th May, 2018 (WAM) – EZDubai – the fully e-commerce area – which is strategically located in the heart of the logistics district in Dubai South, has welcomed the joining of Emirates Post, the official leading provider of postal services and express delivery solutions in the country. Emirates Post has recently opened a 33,475 square feet dedicated center to handle local and international express parcels and shipments. This facility is the second largest sorting and delivery center for the company in the UAE, as it is expected to handle more than 25 percent of the total volume of parcel and express shipments business over the next three years.
EZ Dubai has all the ingredients to support the launch of the new center by providing Emirates Post customers in the surrounding areas with the international and domestic shipping requirements they need. This facility will enhance Emirates Post’s position as a major player in the e-commerce market, developing its various capabilities for first and last mile, warehousing and integrated services, and optimally meeting the requirements of its customers. The center will also include a specialized customs clearance team to support the movement of deliveries from the free zone to the local market and the rest of the world.
Mohsen Ahmed, Executive Director of the Logistics District in Dubai South, said that EZ Dubai is always looking to attract the best companies locally and internationally in the e-commerce industry, expressing his happiness at joining Emirates Post, as its new facility will support handling and processing parcels arriving and departing through the airport. Al Maktoum International and Jebel Ali will also develop a road transport network throughout the region in the coming years.
It is worth noting that eZ Dubai is the first e-commerce region of its kind in the Middle East, with an area of 9,902,797 square feet, and has been designed to attract leading e-commerce companies from around the world.
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