Aramex is a worldwide logistics, courier, and package delivery firm based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that was founded by Emirati (Jordanian) nationals (UAE). Fadi Ghandour and Bill Kingson launched the company in Amman, Jordan, in 1982. It is the first Arab firm to be listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Aramex is listed on the Dubai Financial Market. The CEO of the company is Othman Aljeda. Aramex employs about 18,000 people across 70 countries. Aramex has quickly established itself as a global brand known for its tailored services and cutting-edge goods. Aramex, based in the United Arab Emirates and listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM), is strategically located at the crossroads of East and West, allowing them to effectively provide customized logistics solutions anywhere in the world and reach more businesses and consumers regionally and globally. They are devoted to continuously improving their operations within the area while also exploring company growth prospects in growing countries around the world. In an ever-changing world, this approach is critical to their business's long-term success and dedication to facilitating larger, global trade. They've effectively launched market-leading express delivery and logistics services in the Middle East and other emerging markets. Express courier delivery, freight forwarding, logistics, supply chain management, e-commerce, and record management services are among the company's many offerings as a leading global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions. All of their strategic decisions are based on their unique asset-light company model. It has shown to be extremely effective, allowing Aramex to quickly adjust to changing market conditions, implement last-mile delivery options, and respond to changing client demands. Their commercial decisions are always guided by a bigger goal of facilitating more commerce inside and between emerging markets. They believe that to grow in the future, they must think and behave differently, as well as embrace change as their consumers and marketplaces evolve. We live in a time where technology has had a greater impact on our daily lives than ever before. Consumers are increasingly reliant on digital connectivity to improve their lives. As a result, they will have more opportunities to better assist them.
Parcel Tracker provides tracking both for international postal services (delivery services run by countries) and for couriers (private companies such as UPS and FedEx).