Ghana Article, the nation’s postal operator, has partnered with Jumia, Africa’s top e-commerce system, to develop its industry-top existence in Ghana.
The partnership will change the e-commerce sector and boost shopper knowledge with efficient e-commerce flows.
Ghana Article will guidance Jumia by providing deals to individuals by means of economical and expedient courier products and services.
The new partnership supports Jumia’s commitment to leveraging its highly developed know-how and considerable community to offer a seamless and impressive system for Ghanaians to order each day desires on line.
As the countrywide postal operator, Ghana Write-up is recognised for its innovation and motivation to generating package deliveries risk-free, affordable and accessible.
Deputy Managing Director of Ghana Article Kwaku Tabi Amponsah stated, “Our partnership with Jumia represents a good step forward in conference the online shopping requirements of Ghanaians.
“With above 300 network branches and a major monitor and trace process, we are nicely-positioned to provide the requires of all e-buyers with fast, secured deliveries.
“When COVID-19 impacted our earth, Ghana Post’s innovation and resilience in serving communities and the environment proved that innovation is not an accent but is as a substitute the driving power behind recovery. Postal expert services are essential to billions of persons.”
The partnership will give more rapidly deliveries for Jumia’s cross-border shipments.
With about 360 put up offices spread all over the country, Ghana Write-up supports Jumia’s consumers by means of a partnership that provides extra methods for consumers in rural places throughout the place to accumulate their orders quicker and conveniently, making use of the Jumia site and mobile application.
‘’Our overarching intention is to bring e-commerce closer to buyers and make on line browsing available to all Ghanaians in conjunction with the Ghana Post’s community of branches covering all parts of the region, like rural parts. Jumia has intensive working experience in the industry of e-commerce and logistics and signing up for forces with a trustworthy, and perfectly-structured enterprise like Ghana Put up further expands our horizon,“ reported Tolulope George-Yanwah, CEO of Jumia Ghana.
This new agreement advantages people as it lessens supply expenses, assures quicker shipping and delivery of orders delivered from overseas and improves the stage of support, consequently heightening purchaser self-assurance and boosting participation in the e-commerce industry.