Ghana Post, the nation’s postal operator, has partnered with Jumia, Africa’s primary e-commerce system, to broaden its industry-primary presence in Ghana.
The partnership will rework the e-commerce sector and enhance purchaser encounter with economical e-commerce flows.
Ghana Publish will assist Jumia by offering offers to consumers through economical and expedient courier products and services.
The new partnership supports Jumia’s determination to leveraging its highly developed know-how and considerable network to give a seamless and highly effective platform for Ghanaians to obtain day to day needs on-line.
As the countrywide postal operator, Ghana Submit is recognised for its innovation and motivation to earning bundle deliveries safe, inexpensive and obtainable.
Deputy Running Director of Ghana Put up Kwaku Tabi Amponsah mentioned, “Our partnership with Jumia signifies a positive action ahead in meeting the on the net procuring needs of Ghanaians.
“With over 300 community branches and a top track and trace program, we are well-positioned to provide the wants of all e-buyers with speedy, secured deliveries.
“When COVID-19 impacted our earth, Ghana Post’s innovation and resilience in serving communities and the world proved that innovation is not an accessory but is in its place the driving drive guiding restoration. Postal services are very important to billions of people.”
The partnership will present speedier deliveries for Jumia’s cross-border shipments.
With about 360 publish places of work distribute all-around the place, Ghana Write-up supports Jumia’s customers by using a partnership that offers supplemental approaches for people in rural places throughout the country to accumulate their orders a lot quicker and conveniently, employing the Jumia web site and cellular app.
‘’Our overarching objective is to convey e-commerce closer to customers and make on-line searching accessible to all Ghanaians in conjunction with the Ghana Post’s network of branches masking all areas of the country, which include rural spots. Jumia has extensive practical experience in the area of e-commerce and logistics and joining forces with a trustworthy, and properly-structured corporation like Ghana Publish further expands our horizon,“ explained Tolulope George-Yanwah, CEO of Jumia Ghana.
This new agreement added benefits people as it lowers shipping and delivery expenses, ensures faster delivery of orders shipped from abroad and increases the stage of company, as a result heightening client self-confidence and boosting participation in the e-commerce marketplace.