Australia Post looks to boost Asian presence with $100M investment in e-commerce platform
By Colin Sallee
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$100 million down under
Australian Post has inked a deal with the Dubai-based mailing firm, Aramex, boosting its capacity to service the global e-commerce market.
ProPrint reports that the joint venture gives Australia Post a $100 million stake in Aramex.
“Commencing in September, the joint venture will help connect Australian businesses and consumers to the world economy and the fast-growing Asian eCommerce market through a seamless inbound and outbound experience,” Australia Post said in a press release.
Changes are anticipated to have a ripple effect throughout the entire Australian mailing network, but no further details have been provided.
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