Last mile delivery is the crucial phase right before a product is delivered to the customer.The phrase “last mile delivery” refers to the delivery of goods from the closest distribution centre to the final location, such as a residence or place of business.
The phrase is frequently used in relation to supply chains for businesses, delivery services, and food delivery.
The Ethiopia Last mile delivery market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Aramex intends to benefit from Ethiopia’s last mile demand. In order to meet the country’s swiftly expanding need for express logistics and last-mile delivery solutions, Aramex has expanded its operations throughout Ethiopia.
In order to meet the nation’s rapidly expanding demand for express logistics and last-mile delivery solutions, Aramex has expanded its operations throughout Ethiopia through a Master Franchise Agreement with Logix Express PLC. In Addis Abeba, Aramex Ethiopia will open five new locations.
The company has two locations in Dire Dawa and Hawassa outside the city and intends to open five more in Bahir Dar, Gondar, Jimma, Dessie, and Mekelle.
Ethiopia has one of the highest populations in Africa, and with trade and business expanding, there is a growing need for quick delivery services.
Furthermore, Aramex is ideally situated to ensure the prompt delivery of goods thanks to the government’s active encouragement of the export sector and the creation of industrial zones.
The business is utilising its Master Franchise Agreement to take advantage of these growth prospects, which will ultimately expand its reach throughout the larger continent.Door-to-door delivery and pickup, customs clearance, freight forwarding, and e-services like Shop & Ship and Drop & Ship are all provided by Aramex in Ethiopia.
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