Dear Reader,

Welcome to the fourth issue of The Navigator, the electronic newsletter from Aramex. This month's issue takes a look at China's  role in the global logistics and transportation industry, introduces some ways to manage your shipments with ClicktoShip, highlights some useful tips to help your branding journey, and reflects on the dangers of texting and driving.


 Innovation 2.0: Customer Engagement Rediscovered

When defining Innovation, its easy to get caught up in the glitz of the latest gadgets or inventions. Lina Shehadeh, Chief Marketing Officer at Aramex, talks about the understated innovations inherent in customer service delivery using social media.[Read more]




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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]






Having a branding strategy is an essential element of any successful business. We give you six easy steps to help your business position itself in an increasingly cluttered marketplace. [Read More]



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 On Track: The New Silk Road

The economic boom in China, much of it driven by an expansion of trade, has created new opportunities for logistics companies – many of whom are now looking East. We look at the New Silk Road that is being formed, as China continues to drive commerce and trade. [Read more] 


Your Business: Manage your Shipping from your Desktop

Case Study: American Express

Managing numerous shipments can be a serious time  drain. With the latest version of ClickToShip, we offer you greater efficiency when handling your daily shipments. [Read More]

Being the 22nd most popular brand in the World implies a responsibility to a diverse set of customers. For American Express, selecting Aramex to handle all their express business in the Middle East and Africa made a lot of sense. [Read More]


Aramex enters Oil and Gas logistics with onshore rig move 
Building upon its strong Middle East logistics capabilities, Aramex has recently undertaken the mammoth task of shifting two onshore drilling rigs for pan-Arab oil and gas company, National Petroleum Services (NPS) from Syria and Jordan. ....... [Read More]

Dubai Customs signs MOU with Aramex for using B2G channel
On the sidelines of its participation in GITEX Exhibition, Dubai Customs and Aramex signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) today for using a Business To Government (B2G) channel......[Read More]

Aramex reports third quarter net profit of AED 46.7 million, up 12%
The company reported net profits of AED 46.7 million for the third quarter of this year, an increase of 12% compared to AED 41.7 million posted in the corresponding period of 2009. Net profits for the first nine months of 2010 stood at AED 149.1 million ....[Read More]

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This is perhaps the most comprehensive introduction to the world of forming, expanding then refining your brand. [Read More]



From hybrid bikes in India to innovative transportation methods in Dubai, Aramex has shown that the right thing do also makes business sense. [Read More]

By the Book

The United States has passed a law to prohibit “distracted driving”, seeking to curb mobile phone use for commercial drivers. Will the rest of the world follow suit? [Read More]




    Explore The Explorer: Reinventing the Wheel

The head of the Virgin empire has built his success almost entirely on brand experience – offering high-quality services with aspirational attitude. [Read More]