Jumia Kenya’s Pierre Hebrard (extreme right) shares a light Moment with Postmaster general and a member of his team before signing a pact
Nairobi, Kenya, January 19th 2016, on the parking lot outside Africa Internet Express (AIX) warehouse in Nairobi’s Baba Ndogo estate, close to twenty semi-trailer trucks, a hundred motorcycles decorated with logos of different companies providing courier services wait to be loaded with packages for delivery across the country. The customers shopped online.
Africa Internet Express (AIX) saw the blessings of e-commerce in Kenya and moved fast to incorporate established and growing logistics providers into a single network to provide a constant stream of business through the consolidation of sales volumes from two e-commerce marketplaces; Jumia and Kaymu and meet the exponential needs of online shoppers and sellers.
Jonathan Parisot (far right), MD Africa Internet Express (AIX) Kenya said:
“Every day we process thousands of orders from Jumia and Kaymu customers for delivery across the country within a specified timeline. Customers want delivery made fast and cheap. That efficiency is what our platform is built on and with e-commerce growing fast, it’s going to be …read more
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