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Transroyal Wins ‘Best Indigenous Courier Company of the Year’ Award

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(L-r): Chris Uwaje, director general, Delta State ICT Hub; Mrs. Vivian Okeke, MD/CEO, Transroyal Courier Nigeria Limited and Abdullah Odior, general manager, Commercial at the Company which received ‘Best Courier Company of the Year’ at BoICT Award 2017 held at Eko Hotel, recently.

In recognition of its outstanding performance in the Nigerian courier industry, Transroyal Courier Limited was at this year’s BoICT Awards decorated with the “Best Indigenous Courier Company of the Year” award.

Registered and incorporated on the 20th March, 1998, and obtained the license to operate courier business from the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST), Transroyal offers general courier and allied service to the public at the most economically competitive terms.

Just recently, Transroyal in partnership with www.yourpersonalshopper.com (YPS) launched an innovative platform to assist Nigerians shop thousands of international websites that do not ship to the country. A feat Mr. Ken Nwogbo, publisher and editor in-chief, Communication Week Media Limited, described as novel.

“When you consider the fact, a shopper with very own ‘virtual address’ and unique YPS ID in the United States, China, United Kingdom or Europe, Transoyal can facilitate affordable shipping from your favourite overseas brands and purchases directly to your doorstep, then it shows you the entrepreneurial spirit and customer-centric gestures the firm has put into play. I think these are more and what readers saw when they voted Transroyal as the best indigenous courier company and we congratulate them,” Mr. Nwogbo said.

Transroyal is notable for services such as express delivery, international document express, international parcels – dutiable items; provision of address verification services (KYC); domestic express – Bulk, small bulk, just in time – Regular express delivery of product & spare parts; and mail service products including occasional volume mail – letter of invitation, circulars, letters, seasonal mails, monthly Bank Statement, monthly bills etc., capital market mails – shares/bonus certificate, annual reports, share forms, dividend warrants.

The Company also provide Logistics & Cargo, Transportation of Goods and Cargo (GIT) insured, Cargo Lifting, Customs Clearing; Clearing & Forwarding- Air Freight, Sea Freight, Customs Clearing Services.

They also specialise in warehousing; large or small, short or long term. The Company boasts that the warehouses are equipped with state-of-the art surveillance and alarm systems together with a professionally trained staff.

In keeping to pace of trends in the market, Transroyal has ventured into e- commerce delivery: provision of courier/logistics to the company; pickup of orders/goods from the company to designated centers; delivery of orders/goods to the end customers directly from collection point; cash collection from customers with/without pos machines; all cash payments remitted to the company within 12 – 24 hours; goods – in – transit insurance and cash – in – transit insurance.

“Transroyal’s corporate objectives remain unchanged. We are passionate about setting of standards in terms of quality and efficiency in sales, operations and customer service; greatly improving on customer expectations in terms of efficiency and reliability and the provision of the most cost – effective courier guaranteed service,” Mrs Vivian Okeke, CEO of Transroyal Courier Limited, said while receiving the award at the event held at Eko Hotel recently.

“Let me start with our YPS partnership. It is massive and when you register, YPS automatically shop “locally” in these Countries. We then take care of the rest delivering your packages directly to your doorsteps in Nigeria. Transit time from USA and China is 5-8 working days delivery, United Kingdom and Europe is 3-5 working days delivery respectively”.

“With BoICT Awards, we are even more determined to provide products and services that would be highly appreciated and accepted by the customer; striving to create wealth for the Investors to demonstrate the viability of the courier business as a profitable venture and ensure adequate security in the handling and processing of our entire customer Courier Products.

She further expressed the Company’s determination to always maintain a flexible pricing policy that would be beneficial to the customer without lowering standards.

Transroyal boasts as having delivery network across the rest of the world and operates a network of over 60 branches nationwide, with its regional offices located at Port – Harcourt (East), Abuja (North) and Ibadan (West).

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Aramex Launches ‘Shop & Ship’, Takes Delivery From Global Retailers

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Aramex, the disruptive leader in the global logistics and transportation industry, has introduced its easy-access online shopping and shipping delivery service, Shop & Ship (S&S) in Nigeria.

The Company boosts that online shoppers can now order from popular global stores such as Amazon who do not deliver directly to Nigeria.

Shop & Ship (S&S) is an international shipping solution that enables members to shop from online merchants in 23 countries across the world.

Commenting on the new service, Faisal Jarmakani, managing director of Aramex Nigeria, said: “We are committed to serving the needs of the Nigerian market and constantly looking for ways to make online shopping affordable and stress-free.With Shop & Ship, we have addressed the two critical concerns of online shoppers – restriction and speed.”

“Processing and onward delivery are concluded within 3-6 working days while the restrictions from global online stores, which have made direct delivery difficult, have been eliminated with the provision of 23 addresses across the world where shipments can be delivered for onward transfer to members in Nigeria,” added Faisal.

Available in over 80 destinations globally, the S&S service enables members to purchase and ship goods from desired countries spanning across locations in the USA, UK, Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Turkey and United Arab Emirates, which are some of the most popular shopping destinations in the world.

With this service, Aramex hopes to further its mission to use technology driven solutions to grow and develop Nigeria’s multi-billion e-commerce industry.

Jarmakani further spoke on the footprint so far since Aramex’s relaunch in Nigeria in 2016.

“Aramex is a global leader in shipping. We are one of the leading global providers of ecommerce, logistics and transportation solutions, with presence in 60 countries.

“Nigeria remains an important market for us. As we journey towards the Digital Economy, we will see a surge in ecommerce activities. Aramex is here to facilitate these transactions, aid international trade and boost the economy.

Speaking on how the service meets the specific needs of Nigerians, the MD said that Shop & Ship makes it easy to shop from global stores like Amazon, Boohoo, Macys etc. right here in Nigeria.

“It takes away the restriction and limitation of online shopping from foreign stores. The service also saves shoppers time as shipments are delivered between 3-6 working days. S&S addresses these two critical concerns of online shoppers in Nigeria – restriction and speed”, he added.

How Does The Service Work?
“The service is easy to use in just one step – register for a Shop & Ship lifetime membership on our website. Once registered, you get 23 personalized physical addresses in Ontario, Shanghai, Cairo, Paris, Tbilisi, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Milan, Tokyo, Amman, Beirut, Malaysia, Singapore, Johannesburg, Seoul, Barcelona, Bangkok, Istanbul, Dubai, London, Sydney and New York.

“You can use these addresses to shop from Canada, China, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, UK, Australia and USA and we’ll deliver them to where you live at reasonable shipping rates”.

Of course, despite the growing appeal of ecommerce, it is still at the rudimentary stage in Nigeria as the pace of adoption and acceptance is decidedly slow, Jarmakani spoke on how this can be remedied: “Some of the limitations to ecommerce growth are high cost of shipping goods to and from Nigeria, low penetration of credit cards usually required to shop online (debit cards are the common payment cards available in Nigeria), unreliable distribution and delivery processes, etc. Removing or reducing these impediments will spur ecommerce in Nigeria.

“This is what we have set out to accomplish here at Aramex, with our Shop & Ship service. We are here to ease the shipping of goods into Nigeria and provide our clients with world class distribution and delivery process at very reasonable cost”.

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Aero Contractors gets NCAA Approval for C-check Maintenance

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Nigeria’s oldest airline, Aero Contractors, has received certification from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to handle C-checks on Boeing B737-300, B737-400 and B737-500.

Capt. Ado Sanusi, Managing Director of Aero Contractors, made this known while briefing newsmen on yesterday in Lagos.

Sanusi said the NCAA approval that takes effect from Sept. 2 was given to the Aero Contractors’ Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos.

”This represents for us a significant achievement and is a major instrument for our turn-around efforts. This feat has benefits far beyond Aero Contractors.

”The fact that C-check on the B737 Classic can now be performed in Nigeria by Aero Contractors will reflect directly in significant drop in maintenance cost for airlines in Nigeria and the sub-region as well as reduction in downtime for such checks.”

Explaining further, he said that a normal C-check cost between $1.8 million to $2 million outside the country, adding that performing it in Nigeria would reduce the demand for foreign exchange as airlines could now pay in Naira.

“So, it is a very positive development for Nigerian airlines and the Nigerian aviation industry because it will improve the ease of doing business,” Sanusi added.

He disclosed that the airline spent N60 million to renovate and expand the MRO facility which had been in existence for over 50 years in order to meet the required local and international standards.

According to him, the airline has also signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with international partners, including the maintenance unit of Ethiopian Airlines and South African Technik, to render assistance on the C-checks. Sanusi said that domestic airlines alone operate about 22 B737 Classics, stressing that the facility would have a viable market.

“We want to appeal to the Federal Government to give us the Free Trade Zone status. “We want to have free access to import tools and aircraft spares without hindrances from Customs when our demand increases,” he said.

The Aero boss commended the NCAA for its professionalism and encouragement during the certification process.

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Construction: FAAN Advises Passengers on How to Meet Up with Flights

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The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has notified passengers and other airport users that the Lagos State Government has commenced the reconstruction of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Road, Lagos

The project which would last for 15 months is aimed at expanding the road for better service to users.

Appealing for understanding from all while the project last, Yakubu Henrietta, general manager, Corporate Affairs at FAAN, urged passengers and other airport users plying the road to always leave their homes earlier than usual, so as to be able to get to the airport in good time and also avoid missing their flights.

Specifically, the design of the project includes the reconstruction and expansion of the existing carriage to three-lane Expressway on both directions, construction of two-lane Service Road in both directions, construction of Ramp Bridge to provide a U-turn from Ajao Estate to Airport, construction of a flyover at NAHCO/Toll Gate and drainage works.

Others include the removal of existing Pedestrian Bridge at Ajao Estate and construction of Pedestrian Bridges at Ajao Estate and NAHCO/Hajj Camp, construction of Slip Road to provide access to Ajao Estate, construction of Lay-bys and installation of Street Lights, among others.

“Meanwhile, security agencies and other traffic officers have been mobilized to ensure that road users and passengers have relatively hitch free passage while the road is under construction.

“The Authority, in conjunction with the Lagos State Government, has put in place necessary measures to mitigate the effect of the construction on the road users while the project last”, she said.

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