UAE online retailer opens new and expanded warehouse

Logistics Middle East

New warehouse enables to offer next day UAE delivery

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10 Ways to Optimise dock-to-stock processes for GCC eCommerce success


Couple this with the 142% increase in (specifically UAE) consumer spend over the past four years, and you can see the beginnings of an omnichannel, distribution-centric trend that will carry warehousing companies and manufacturers into a new era. Warehouse Best PracticeE-commerce is still said to be in its infancy in the Middle East, compared to other regions in the world, and has begun to grow quite quickly.

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Dealing with Warehouse Challenges while your Business Grows: 4 Tips


Selecting a WMS system for a growing business in the UAE or Saudi Arabia is an important decision that should not be taken lightly because the right system will need to meet current needs while facilitating growth to achieve and accommodate future goals. In business change is inevitable, but growth is optional.

Flyjac Selects BluJay’s Freight and Transportation Management Solution to Enhance Customer Experience

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Headquartered in Chennai in Southern India and founded in 1990, Flyjac Logistics is one of the leading integrated logistics solutions providers in India, specializing in freight forwarding, warehousing and transportation management. The company boasts 29 offices, 61 warehouse locations and 2,800 employees Pan India with a branch in UAE. The project was fully executed remotely online, launching across 29 offices in Pan India and UAE, with 250+ business users.

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Supply Chain Leadership Driving Industry 4.0 & Resilience During Crisis – LogiSYM July 2020

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exact location of goods (on order, in transit, or in a warehouse)). Products we infrequently order are not stored in regular Amazon warehouses. In UAE, the well-known bookstores are Amazon and Borders.

Surviving Disruptions – an opportunity for supply chains to thrive with people and technology – LogiSYM July 2020

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A shining example is the supply chain ecosystem in the UAE – significant investments in multimodal facilities and infrastructure over several decades has delivered a strong resilience in time of need.

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Why Logistics Management is the Need of the Hour in the Middle East?


The UAE has been a major logistics provider in the region, but due to the increase in the e-commerce business, there has been an incessant demand for increasing the number of logistics companies to deliver the material to end customers.

Top 9 Marketplaces to Sell Your Products in the Middle East


Hassle-free listing and support for operations, sales, promotions,translation, and warehousing. With a wide range of products in various categories, is one of the leading online marketplaces with a strong presence in UAE, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait. The golden rule of marketing and sales is – be where your customers are. Rebrands in the Midst of a Vibrant Middle East E-commerce Market

Logistics Trends and Insights

” In 2019, in the UAE was rebranded as Amazon continues to build its network throughout the region and in Saudi Arabia, for example, Amazon’s network includes 14 warehouses and a strategic delivery partnership with Saudi Post. An Ernst & Young survey conducted in the first week of May found that more than 90% of consumers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia had shifted their purchases online.

Why has last-mile delivery software become a necessity for e-commerce businesses in the Middle East?


Well, according to various online surveys, the biggest problem that most of the delivery agents in the UAE (either from the e-commerce companies or 3PL aggregators) find is to locate the right address. Now, they reach the designated hub/warehouse to get the product(s).

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Logistics Services Providers Shift Investment Focus Outside BRIC Markets

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Countries including Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, UAE, Malaysia, Mexico and Turkey are poised to leverage on concerns around skills shortages, increased living costs and rising salaries, new regulations and infrastructure limitations to seize a greater share of global trade as the ‘new tier’ of emerging markets. The emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China that make up the ‘BRIC’ acronym continue to forge ahead.