Aramex buys Mail Call Couriers for ecommerce technology

Monday 16 June 2014 10:45 CET | News

Global logistics and transportation services provider Aramex has acquired Australia-based courier company Mail Call Couriers for AUD 33 million, in order to replicate the acquisition’s technology across its global ecommerce portfolio.

The technology, dubbed ‘WantItNow,’ uses countdown technology and three hour and evening ecommerce delivery offerings.

Aramex will replicate Mail Call Couriers ‘WantItNow’ technology across its global ecommerce markets. The delivery solution uses countdown technology and three-hour and evening ecommerce delivery offerings.

Aramex offers customers around the world transportation solutions that range from international and domestic express delivery, freight forwarding, logistics and warehousing to publication distribution and online shopping services such as Shop&Ship.

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Keywords: Aramex, Mail Call Couriers, ecommerce technology, WantItNow
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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