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Aramex - Tracking number format

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Aramex - information about carrier

Aramex is a global express, mail delivery and logistics services business based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The company was founded by Fadi Ghandour and Bill Kingson in 1982. It is the first Arab-based company to be listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Aramex is listed on the Dubai Financial Market. Bashar Obeid serves as the business's CEO. Aramex has approximately 13,800 staff members in 54 countries and a network including 40 independent express business.

Thomas Friedman profiled the company in his book, The World Is Flat.

Fadi Ghandour co-founded Aramex shortly after receiving his BA in government from George Washington University, with his business partner, Bill Kingson in 1982. Kingson, a buddy of Ghandour's dad and owner of a little courier business in the New York tri-state location, discussed the business with Fadi Ghandour after he had revealed interest in business. After their discussion, Kingson proposed a collaboration to establish a carrier service in the Middle East with Ghandour.

Arab American Express aimed to end up being the first courier business in the Middle East. Within two years, the business's name was shortened to Aramex.

In 1984, the business's operations were less than $1 million in earnings. Aramex offered Airborne Express 50% ownership of the business for $100,000, that year. Airborne Express declined the deal due to the fact that it did not have the resources to invest in a small market such as the Middle East. The collaboration made Aramex responsible for Airborne's service in the area. Aramex moved its headquarters to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates in 1985.

Airborne Express got 9% of Aramex for $2 million. The business ended up being the first Arab-based business to trade its shares on an American stock exchange. The company accumulated $66 million in income.

Throughout summer season 2001, Abraaj Capital, the first private equity company in the Middle East, proposed Aramex a leveraged buyout deal that would take the business off of the NASDAQ stock exchange. The offer permitted Kingson and Airborne to exit, while Ghandour kept 25% of the company and management control. Abraaj acquired 75% of Aramex and made 6% of its shares offered to company employees in the kind of stock.

In 2003, DHL got Airborne Express, Aramex's primary United States partner. This resulted in Airborne Express leaving the Airborne Alliance. In the very same year, Aramex took over the alliance and co-founded the Global Distribution Alliance (GDA), a worldwide alliance of 40 express companies with combined profits of $7.5 billion. Aramex is chairing the alliance which utilizes a shipment management system established by the company.

Aramex went public on the Dubai Financial Market in February 2005. The IPO raised $270 million. The business's revenue increased 23% over 2004 and net income increased 56% that year.

As part of its growth strategies, Aramex concluded a series of acquisitions, including Priority Airfreight, InfoFort, Freight Professionals and TwoWay-Vanguard.

World-renowned writer and columnist Thomas Friedman utilized Aramex in his book, The World Is Flat, as an example of companies that take advantage of what he calls the flattening of the world. The flattening of the world is the leveling of the financial field and the destruction of "barriers to entry," unlocking large for a specific or a company anywhere in the world to team up or complete worldwide.

Growth

In February 2011, Aramex acquired OneWorld Courier and In-Time Couriers, 2 Kenyan carrier companies. Aramex acquired Berco Express, a South African logistics firm in December 2011. PayPal partnered with Aramex in 2012. The collaboration offered PayPal credibility in the Middle East while opening up new markets abroad for Aramex. Aramex developed REDe, an option intended at enabling business to start selling their items online, in early 2012. ShopGo, an e-commerce service, released Aramex Suite in August 2013. The module allowed e-commerce stores to instantly access numerous of Aramex's services.

Aramex launched Aramex Bio, a medical courier service in March 2014. The service was released in the Middle East and North Africa. In June 2014, Aramex got Mail Call Couriers, an Australian courier service, which at the end of 2016, was obtained by Australia Post. In January 2016, Fastway Couriers, a New Zealand-based courier service with operations in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Ireland announced that it had been obtained by Aramex. In 2019, Aramex got Saudi Tal for Commerce and Contract Company to broaden its operations in Saudi Arabia.

Sustainability

The business supported the Ruwwad Al Tanmeya initiative in 2006. The initiative intended to involve the personal sector in spurring neighborhood development through youth empowerment and financial investments in the neighborhood through education, civic engagement and volunteering. Aramex has a twenty percent stake in Ruwwad Al Tanmeya.

Aramex ended up being the first company in the area to release a yearly sustainability report in 2006. The company joined the United Nations Global Compact, the world's biggest global business citizenship initiative, in 2007.

Aramex - Parcel tracking statuses

Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z2861FX0452092948
Attempted delivery - no one home - delivery rescheduled
Shipment Ready For Customer Pickup
Shipment Held for Customs Clearance
Shipment is on its way to final destination sorting facility and will be updated once ready for collection/delivery
Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z2861FX0452762590
Shipment arrived at Aramex destination facility - will be updated once ready for collection/delivery
Attempted delivery - updated address required
Updated delivery address required from customer
Delay at origin facility - shipment will be updated upon departure
Shipment is out for delivery
Shipment delivered PEDRO CAETANO
Shipment Cleared – On its way to Aramex Destination Facility
Shipment payment successful
Shipment received at Aramex origin sorting facility
Shipment still not received by Aramex
Shipment delivered Delivered at Reception Signed for: rudnykh
Shipment departed origin country - in flight to destination
Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z2861FX0452961204
Shipment departed Aramex sorting hub - moving on its way to destination country
Shipment update: In transit
In transit
Shipment arrived at Aramex sorting hub - in transit - will keep moving to reach its final destination country
Shipment delivered Successfully Delivered
Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z31R2940449394420
Shipment delivery rescheduled
Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z61V9E00444888861
Shipment collected from shipper
Collection was cancelled
Shipment delivered Item has been delivered
Customer could not be reached - contact details required from customer
Attempted delivery - incorrect or incomplete address - delivery rescheduled
Shipment departed origin sorting facility - in transit to destination
Shipment update: Shipment forwarded by UPS under tracking number 1Z98X1W70451236305
Attempted delivery - delivery rescheduled
Shipment is in transit to final destination country

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