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Welcome to the May 2012 issue of The Navigator. In this edition, we share our REDe service describing some great solutions for anyone looking to sell online, look at some of the solutions that Aramex has for the Oil and Gas sector, outline some ways to save energy in the workplace, and we share the latest custom updates from Qatar.

 

 

 

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Watch how Yasser Hussein, part of the Operations Team in Erbil, grew his career at Aramex through his commitment to learning and self-improvement.

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As multinational companies and global investors seek new opportunities around the world, a lot of the smart money is heading to Africa. Here are some tips on how to join them. [Read More]

 

 

 

 

 

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On Track: 20/20 Vision - Logistics at the end of 2020

With an expected four-fold increase in shipping volumes in the next decade, the logistics industry will play a critical role in shaping the global economy. From increased outsourcing to the drive for greener solutions, Aramex looks at the key trends will shape the sector and offers a glimpse of how logistics might look in the year 2020. [Read More]

 

Aramex and You: Value Express

Case Study: Citruss T.V.

Value Express is a new  service from Aramex that offers cost-effective delivery solutions between the Middle East and Asia; at a time when every dollar matters to your business. [Read More]

We speak with Michael Trueshcler, Managing Director of Citruss TV, to see how Aramex has helped the leading Arabic shopping channel to meet its logistics and customer service needs. [Read More]

 

 



 

Aramex 2009 fourth quarter net profits rise 28%
Aramex (DFM:ARMX) today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2009 and consolidated results for the year 2009, posting impressive profits...
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Ghandour urges MENA to invest in human capital
Aramex founder Fadi Ghandour Urges the MENA region to invest further in human capital and entrepreneurship during a discussion with Capital Club Members...
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Aramex partners with Zubair Corporation in Oman
Aramex and the Zubair Corporation signed a joint-venture agreement to offer total supply chain solutions in Oman, including the construction of a new green facility...
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Is greatness born or made? Daniel Coyle finds out in The Talent Code.

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Change Makers

Recycling paper and plastic

In its drive to introduce sustainable solutions to the logistics industry, Aramex has developed a new delivery envelope made from recycled paper and bio-degradable plastic; and even reduced the waybill documents.

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By The Book

If your business relies on using roads in Europe, new rules and regulations from the  European Commission are set to create new standards for logistics operators. The new database of transgressions and rogue operators is in particular very welcome, according to Aramex Europe CEO, Tommy  Kelly.

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Explore the Explorer

The city of Dubai, where progress is defined by which leisure miracle can be achieved by tomorrow lunchtime, has just revealed an altogether more functional addition to its futuristic skyline – and for a Middle Eastern city, it’s no less astounding than a sail-shaped skyscraper or an indoor ski slope. In September, the red ribbon was cut on the most advanced public transport initiative ever seen in the Arab World. The Dubai Metro is not only the region’s first automated rail system, it is set to be the world’s longest, and the centrepiece of the government’s plans for a fully integrated public transport network.

 

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