Ghana Article, the nation’s postal operator, has partnered with Jumia, Africa’s foremost e-commerce platform, to extend its sector-leading presence in Ghana.
The partnership will remodel the e-commerce sector and strengthen shopper working experience with productive e-commerce flows.
Ghana Post will help Jumia by offering offers to shoppers by using productive and expedient courier products and services.
The new partnership supports Jumia’s commitment to leveraging its advanced technology and substantial network to present a seamless and effective platform for Ghanaians to acquire each day requires on the web.
As the countrywide postal operator, Ghana Put up is recognised for its innovation and dedication to earning bundle deliveries secure, cost-effective and accessible.
Deputy Controlling Director of Ghana Post Kwaku Tabi Amponsah reported, “Our partnership with Jumia signifies a optimistic stage forward in meeting the online purchasing wants of Ghanaians.
“With in excess of 300 community branches and a main track and trace program, we are properly-positioned to provide the requirements of all e-buyers with fast, secured deliveries.
“When COVID-19 afflicted our entire world, Ghana Post’s innovation and resilience in serving communities and the earth proved that innovation is not an accessory but is rather the driving power driving recovery. Postal providers are very important to billions of men and women.”
The partnership will give speedier deliveries for Jumia’s cross-border shipments.
With over 360 write-up offices distribute close to the region, Ghana Put up supports Jumia’s consumers by using a partnership that presents further strategies for buyers in rural areas across the nation to acquire their orders quicker and conveniently, making use of the Jumia web site and cellular app.
‘’Our overarching purpose is to bring e-commerce closer to consumers and make on the internet shopping obtainable to all Ghanaians in conjunction with the Ghana Post’s community of branches covering all components of the place, together with rural parts. Jumia has extensive expertise in the field of e-commerce and logistics and signing up for forces with a trusted, and nicely-structured company like Ghana Submit further more expands our horizon,“ claimed Tolulope George-Yanwah, CEO of Jumia Ghana.
This new settlement gains people as it decreases shipping expenses, guarantees more quickly shipping and delivery of orders delivered from abroad and enhances the level of assistance, therefore heightening consumer self-confidence and boosting participation in the e-commerce market place.