Focussing on the company’s substantial growth and development in the Middle East – North Africa (MENA) region, three key Arabic newspapers – Al Khaleej, Al Bayan & Alrroya – and 4 English regional news websites published news on QNET recently.
QNET MENA Regional Manager Khaled Diab in his interview explains QNET’s plans in greater detail: “With its excellent infrastructure and a dynamic business environment that caters to the needs of the burgeoning eCommerce industry, UAE is an obvious choice to centralise our operations for the region. It is already considered the main hub for MENA regional trade. We want to take advantage of these aspects and better serve our customers in the region that contributes to approximately 48% of our global sales“.
With QNET plans to establish UAE as the regional hub for the MENA region and expand logistics operations from UAE to MENA, means even more options and choices for our IRs.
Check out the links below and your local newspapers for the full story.
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