Marketing and Communications Department – Dubai:
Emirates Transport (ET) has signed a transport contract with Pplus, a logistics and distribution services provider, under which 67 vehicles will be provided.
Tariq Al Sedawi, Head of Sales in Dubai and Sharjah, said: “With the rapid growth of the logistics market in the country, driven by the Covid-19 pandemic, Emirates Transport was well-placed to cope with the increase in demand, offering services characterized by high quality and efficiency.
“As such, we are delighted to announce we have reached this agreement with Pplus, a leader in the field of logistics services and we hope it’s the start of a long and fruitful partnership.”
Al Sedawi stated that Emirates Transport is focusing on meeting the requirements of its corporate and individual clients by utilising the sum of four decades of experience it has in the field of transport, adding that the company provides a package of outstanding services in the transport and leasing sector.
Ahmed Jumayee, the CEO of Pplus, also expressed his delight for the partnership with Emirates Transport, the leader in logistics and freight services, and stressed the importance of strengthening connections and cooperation between logistics companies, which have a prominent role in overcoming the global pandemic and helping in the country’s economic recovery.
It is worth mentioning that Emirates Transport offers a package of distinct logistical solutions that include providing vehicles of various sizes, fully trained and qualified drivers and the latest fleet tracking systems. The company has a wide range of client base that includes a group of leading entities from the government, as well as the private sectors.
Kuwait based Posta Plus was founded in 2005, evolving from a domestic courier company into a leading regional provider of global business, logistics and shipping solutions.