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Aramex, LetsTango partner for cross-border ecommerce in the UAE

The new partnership will allow the demand and supply operations between Thailand and the Middle East to happen seamlessly

The Emirates-based retailer LetsTango.com has partnered with Aramex to bolster cross-border ecommerce in the country. It is reported that LetsTango.com will include Thailand-based products under its portfolio as part of the deal and Aramex will deliver logistics solutions to tap new businesses and consumers globally including the Emirates.

The Thai Trade Centre, Dubai, an office under Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce, said that Thailand is a hotbed for carrying out export-import trade in the ASEAN. The new partnership will allow the demand and supply operations between Thailand and the Middle East to happen seamlessly.

It is reported that 90 percent of the online shoppers prefer a more comprehensive selection of items and brands. Consumers seek good products at affordable prices. Consumer electronics segment in the Emirates is booming including fashion which is considered to be the fast-retail growing sector. The reports are produced by Thailand Polytechnic.

Tango.com COO Alex Tchablakian, told the media, “Our partnership with Aramex is the first-ever of this kind and is in line with our sustainable growth vision for Thai sellers. As the offerings are tremendous, we are looking forward to connecting Thai vendors to our loyal database. We see accelerated growth for exclusive Thai products in the UAE region. Having partnered with Aramex, we are hopeful to bridge the gap between the demand and supply that has accelerated in the recent times.”

LetsTango.com has been growing as a company and will look to capitalise on the new partnership to stay buoyant in the global marketplace.

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