DHL boosts business with new UAE service points

DHL-boosts-business-with-new-UAE-service-pointsDHL Express recently invested US$27mn into its Meydan logistics facilityThe global logistics company DHL Express announced it has opened four new service points in the UAE, following news that it recently launched its US$27mn logistics facility at Meydan, in Dubai

With the aim of boosting accessibility, convenience, and rapid service for its customers, the latest service points are now available in Dubai’s Oasis Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall, Arabian Ranches, as well as at its Meydan facility.

DHL Express UAE marketing and direct sales manager Elliott Santon said, “We realise the importance of having a strong and visible retail presence in the market. The recent openings will provide customers across the region and beyond with greater convenience and improved service.”

With these recent additions, DHL Express now boasts a total of 28 service points across the UAE, which the company states demonstrates its commitment to the region as well as its growing customer base.

According to DHL, investing US$27mn and opening its new Dubai logistics facility effectively reflects its commitment to the region’s growing business potential.

“At DHL we recognise the UAE’s vision to become the regional gateway for the Middle East. As a result, we have invested in its growth by providing the right facilities and services to help consolidate the country’s position as a leading logistics nation,” Santon explained.

Having been active in the Middle East logistics industry for more than 35 years, DHL currently has 220 service centres and service points across the region, with more than 4,400 employees working across the region.

 

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