Source : PortMac.News | Retail :
Source : PortMac.News | Retail | News Story:
During this time of government regulations in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, courier service is essential.
The locally owned and operated Fastway Couriers business is currently rebranding to Aramex.
Aramex, a global leader in transportation and technology, acquired the Fastway Couriers network in 2016. The rebrand marks the natural evolution of the transition.
"Whether it's delivering urgent supplies to those residents isolated at home, or making sure pets don't run out of food, we're proud to support our local community," says Aramex Port Macquarie Regional Franchisee Bill Laing.
"Our national and international network is fully operational and rising to the challenges of increasing demand as we keep parcels and deliveries on track."
"We know many local residents and businesses are now working and operating from home and we are proud to still be picking up and delivering parcels. We also have a no-contact delivery solution to protect the health and safety of our people and customers," says Bill.
"Our Couriers have been encouraged by the support and appreciation from our customers adjusting to new work-from-home and social-distancing policies," adds Bill.
"I'm so proud of all our team. They always go above and beyond for our customers and in times like this, it is really highlighted. This is an uncertain time, so we will continue doing whatever it takes to meet the needs of customers who continue to rely on us," adds Bill.
Aramex Australia is a network of over 800 independently owned and operated small businesses across Australia. It offers international shipping through its membership of the global Aramex family to over 220 countries.
Customers also enjoy the convenience of the Parcel Connect Service which allows for parcels to be dropped off and collected at a range of local stores and petrol stations at a time that suits them.
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