EMX Launches ‘EMX International’ to Boost GCC e-Commerce Deliveries

EMX Launches ‘EMX International’ to Boost GCC e-Commerce Deliveries

New service in line with 7X’s strategic plans to enhance capabilities and extend reach

EMX, a leading logistics provider under 7X, announced today the launch of “EMX International”, its new international solution for e-commerce parcel delivery across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.

This service is aimed at streamlining the delivery procedures for companies that are seeking to broaden their reach to customers in Saudi Arabia as well as Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and Jordan.

With this service, companies can streamline logistics and save significant time and operational costs. EMX consolidates shipments to the GCC region, allowing enterprises to utilise Dubai as a gateway and optimise their logistics.

For businesses located in the UAE and beyond, including China, Turkey, India, the UK, the USA, and others, the ‘EMX International’ parcel delivery service simplifies the process by providing an all-encompassing solution.

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EMX efficiently handles first mile to last mile journeys, including customs clearance, ensuring remarkable transit times of 2-4 days for customers. This new service is in line with 7X’s strategic plans to enhance its service capabilities and extend its reach.

To deliver a better customer experience, EMX has partnered with a network of reputable courier service providers across the GCC.

Tariq Al Wahedi, General Manager of EMX, commented: “We are delighted to launch the ‘EMX International,’ the latest product to be rolled out following the launch of EMX.

"This represents a significant step forward in our mission to further cement our position as a leading provider of CEP services. EMX is committed to customers convenience and reshaping the logistics landscape with an eye on future advancements and expansion.”

The Dubai CommerCity report on the MEASA e-Commerce landscape states that the e-commerce in GCC grew by an impressive 33% annually from 2019 to 2022. This growth was almost double the global rate of 17%.

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