Tunisia Post, DHL Express MENA sign co-operation agreement

An agreement to strengthen co-operation in the fields of logistics and ICT services between the Tunisian Post and DHL Express MENA was signed on Tuesday in Tunis.

The objective of this agreement is to develop new logistics services and facilitate exports for companies especially SMEs, said a statement of the Tunisian post.

It will also favour the consolidation of co-operation between the two partners in the field of logistics and develop related services through information and communication technologies (ICTs) to better respond to new business expectations.

It will enable the exchange of experience and know-how in this field, the development of which is crucial in order to promote trade and facilitate the access of businesses, in particular SMEs operating in e-commerce, in international markets, the same source said.

It added that the agreement was signed jointly by Nour Suliman, CEO of DHL Express-MENA and Moez Chakchouk, CEO of the Tunisian Post, at an official ceremony chaired by Mohamed Anouar Maarouf, Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, in the presence of Jawad Ouaziz, DG DHL Maghreb, executives of the Tunisian Post and representatives of the media.

Nour Suliman said “DHL International is expanding the areas of its partnership with the Tunisian Post and renewing its commitment to putting the resources and resources necessary to facilitate and increase trade”.

For his part, Moez Chakchouk announced “that the Tunisian Post has recently engaged in a process of improvement, development and modernisation of its logistics services in order to adapt them to the new demands of the changing market and to comply with the standards in this area.

The main objective of this business partnership with DHL International is the continuation of innovation by referring to successful experiences to offer services and logistical solutions adapted to the needs of the companies and which allow to develop the services of RapidPost and to facilitate exports”.

This partnership also enables the Tunisian Post to benefit from support for its project to create a logistics hub dedicated to e-commerce.

Source: TAP News Agency