Aramex strengthens its presence in Morocco

Aramex, a provider of complete logistics and transport solutions, announced the opening of a new branch in the Laayoune region, further strengthening the company’s footprint in Morocco.

This expansion is in line with Aramex’s plans to further expand its presence and branch network in the Kingdom to meet growing demand from B2B and B2C customers for faster and more reliable delivery solutions.

The new branch located at 538, Quartier El Quds Lot 707, Rue Miran, Laâyoune, will offer Aramex customers in the southern provinces of Morocco better access to a wide range of logistics and delivery services.

Hussam Al-Baraqouni, Vice President – MENAT for Aramex, said: “The logistics and transportation industry in Morocco is growing at a rapid pace. The launch of this new branch reaffirms our commitment to the Moroccan market and marks an important milestone as we strengthen our market position in North Africa by expanding and scaling up our operations in a key market.

“We will continue to invest in more branches and facilities in the Kingdom and leverage its strategic location and infrastructure to serve a wider customer base.”

Commenting on the creation of the new branch in Laâyoune, Emad Mabrouk, Managing Director of Aramex in Morocco, said: “The addition of this branch reaffirms our commitment to providing the highest level of service and innovative products to our customers. Additionally, the strategically located branch will reduce the time required for pickup and drop-off, further improving delivery service levels.

Aramex began its operations in Morocco in 1999 with the establishment of its logistics platform in Casablanca. Fully equipped with a fleet of vehicles and warehousing, storage and distribution facilities, Aramex provides transportation solutions including express mail, freight forwarding, warehousing and logistics across 10 sites across the Kingdom.

The addition of the new branch brings Aramex’s total operations in Morocco to over 38,100 m² of logistics infrastructure reaching customers in over 350 cities. Aramex plans to further expand its network to serve more than 550 cities by 2023.

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