Aramex agrees to EXceed

Aramex is deploying EXE EXceed supply chain software in its logistics facilities in the UAE and Jordan. The freight-forwarders are looking to boost customer service with improved warehousing and distribution capabilities.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  November 27, 2001

Aramex International Limited is deploying EXE EXceed supply chain software in its logistics facilities in the UAE and Jordan. The freight-forwarders are looking to boost customer service with improved warehousing and distribution capabilities following the implementation of the EXceed.

Aramex is looking to streamline the management of its operations and inventory in its Jebel Ali and Jordan facilities following the implementation of EXceed.

“This software will put Aramex in a prime position to offer our customers the most effective third-party logistics solutions available,” said Fadi Ghandour, president and CEO of Aramex International.

“The use of EXE technology will further strengthen the efficiency of our business, reinforcing customer loyalty and satisfaction,” added Ghandour.

EXE specialists Span Trading, will provide local support and implementation services to Aramex.

“We are delighted to be working with Aramex on this important contract. Their decision to choose EXE reflects the leading position EXceed enjoys in the 3PL marketplace and the acknowledged strength of EXE Technologies and Span Trading in the Middle East region,” said Nicholas Habib, general manager, EXE’s operations, Middle East.

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