Ghana Put up, the nation’s postal operator, has partnered with Jumia, Africa’s leading e-commerce platform, to extend its market place-major presence in Ghana.
The partnership will remodel the e-commerce sector and boost customer expertise with efficient e-commerce flows.
Ghana Submit will help Jumia by delivering packages to customers by way of efficient and expedient courier companies.
The new partnership supports Jumia’s commitment to leveraging its advanced engineering and comprehensive community to present a seamless and potent system for Ghanaians to purchase day-to-day demands online.
As the countrywide postal operator, Ghana Put up is recognised for its innovation and motivation to building package deliveries safe, affordable and available.
Deputy Controlling Director of Ghana Submit Kwaku Tabi Amponsah explained, “Our partnership with Jumia represents a good stage ahead in conference the online buying demands of Ghanaians.
“With more than 300 community branches and a major observe and trace program, we are effectively-positioned to provide the desires of all e-consumers with fast, secured deliveries.
“When COVID-19 affected our entire world, Ghana Post’s innovation and resilience in serving communities and the world proved that innovation is not an accent but is as an alternative the driving pressure guiding restoration. Postal services are very important to billions of men and women.”
The partnership will supply a lot quicker deliveries for Jumia’s cross-border shipments.
With around 360 article places of work distribute around the nation, Ghana Put up supports Jumia’s customers via a partnership that delivers further strategies for consumers in rural places throughout the nation to accumulate their orders more quickly and conveniently, applying the Jumia web site and cellular app.
‘’Our overarching intention is to convey e-commerce closer to buyers and make online purchasing accessible to all Ghanaians in conjunction with the Ghana Post’s network of branches masking all sections of the state, including rural spots. Jumia has comprehensive working experience in the industry of e-commerce and logistics and becoming a member of forces with a trustworthy, and effectively-structured corporation like Ghana Publish additional expands our horizon,“ mentioned Tolulope George-Yanwah, CEO of Jumia Ghana.
This new agreement added benefits people as it minimizes shipping and delivery expenses, guarantees a lot quicker shipping of orders transported from overseas and enhances the degree of provider, thus heightening customer self-confidence and boosting participation in the e-commerce industry.