Empost launches 'pack n' remove' service
Dubai, April 1, 2008
Empost, the leaders in Express Courier and Cargo and Logistics in the UAE, have launched 'Pack & Remove' service aimed at shifting households, office relocations, transporting and exhibition equipment.
For this specialised service, Empost has opened a specialised cargo and logistics removals department with trained professionals, said an Empost official.
'The Pack & Remove facility will be available for both domestic and international customers in a wide range of categories, making the latest facility suitable for individuals and families as well as businesses and offices,' noted Empost CEO Sultan Al Midfa said.
'Empost assures customers of making the process of relocation absolutely smooth. As UAE's latest independent cargo moving group, we have the best trained and dedicated professionals, a broad domestic and international reach and other state-of-the-art facilities which will help our customers realise the importance of professional services while moving locally, nationally or overseas,” he added.
Those looking for a safe transit of their items overseas can choose the Export Wrapping Service and avail of special benefits like custom-made crates and extra wrapping, Midfa explained.
“We are sure the packaging and removal will be some of the distinctive units that will help upgrade the position of Empost as a pioneer in freight and distribution industry. The services provided through these units will increase client satisfaction and complete the suite of services provided by Empost,” said Ahmad Balheef, deputy CEO - warehousing & land transport.-TradeArabia News Service
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