IT Firm Expresses Optimism in Nigeria’s Economy

  • IT Firm Expresses Optimism in Nigeria’s Economy

Aramex, a provider of logistics and transportation solutions, has expressed unwavering confidence in the ability of the Nigerian economy to regain its place as Africa’s biggest and fastest growing economy, despite the ongoing recession.

Speaking at a stakeholder’s event organised to re-launch Aramex in Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Hussein Hachem, said, “Our decision to invest in the Nigerian economy, despite current challenges, is a demonstration of our support for the government’s efforts to stabilise the economy and make it once more attractive to global investors.”

He said, “We are committed to offering solutions to help shape the logistics and transportation industry using technologies that will connect Nigeria with the rest of the world, ensuring safety of goods and prompt delivery.

“This is all part of our commitment to finding unique and innovative solutions that continually disrupt and transform the logistics and transportation industries, ultimately helping us maintain our market leadership.”

According to him, since its foundation in 1982, Aramex has grown to become a leader in comprehensive transportation and delivery solutions for businesses and consumers.

“Its global footprint is extensive and expanding rapidly, with business operations in over 552 major cities across 69 countries worldwide. Its core operations employ over 17,000 transportation professionals,” he added.

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Samed Olukoya
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