Emirates Post launches new domestic logistics services to support the growth of e-commerce
Mita Srinivasan
10x Industry

Emirates Post launches new domestic logistics services to support the growth of e-commerce

New services to include more flexible pick-up and drop-off options for faster last mile delivery services, as well as temperature-controlled vehicles for cold chain solutions

Emirates Post, the official postal operator in the UAE, has added new services to its wide business services portfolio. The company’s new services that include new service points and parcel lockers aim to enhance customer experience, improve efficiency, offer more flexible pick-up and drop-off options, and faster last mile delivery services.

The parcel lockers will be available at post offices and selected petrol stations, while the service points will be at petrol stations and partner locations, adding further time, place simplicity and convenience to the customer experience. Emirates Post is also adding temperature-controlled vehicles for its cold chain solutions. This new domestic delivery solution is particularly important for perishable goods such as food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.

Further, the new fulfilment centre in Dubai South has enhanced its offers warehousing, packaging, delivery and other value-added services for e-commerce customers. Keeping with its commitment to provide seamless and efficient delivery services, Emirates Post offers the same day express service for shipments picked up before 12 noon. This service aims to target domestic deliveries particularly the e-commerce sector where the need for speed is a priority.

Commenting on the launch of the new services, Peter Somers, CEO of Emirates Post, said: “We will continue to offer our unparallel services, diversified products and solutions, while maintaining cost efficiency and driving profitability. Our new addition of customer-centric and innovative services aims to further support our first and last-mile deliveries and widen our reach while leveraging technological advancements.”