UAE-based e-commerce retailer LetsTango.com and Aramex, a global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions have partnered together in what is a first ever deal to fuel cross-border e-commerce in the region.
LetsTango.com will add an array of the most exclusive brands from Thailand to its brand roster. Aramex will provide its logistics solutions effectively to reach more businesses and consumers regionally in the UAE and Middle East.
“Thailand is a major hub for import-export trade in ASEAN. Considering the wide variety of high quality products from Thailand, this unique partnership will help bridging the demand and supply between Thailand and the Middle East. We would like to congratulate the initiative taken by LetsTango.com and Aramex that makes Thai products widely available in this region”, said a spokesperson from Thai Trade Centre, Dubai.
A survey by Thailand Polytechnic showed that 90% of buyers shop online for a wider selection of items and brands. Consumer Electronics is one of the leading categories in the UAE followed by Fashion which is believed to be the fast-retail growing segment here.
The corporation includes listing of over a thousand authentic and unique products from a wide variety of categories such as Health and Wellness, Personal Care and Hygiene, Fragrances, Dietary Supplements, Beauty and Fashion, Auto Accessories & Parts, Electronics devices and wearables.
“Our partnership with Aramex is the first ever of this kind and is in line with our sustainable growth vision for Thai sellers. As the offerings are tremendous, we are looking forward to connecting Thai vendors to our loyal database. We are seeing an accelerated growth for exclusive Thai products in the UAE region. Having partnered with Aramex, we are hopeful to bridge the gap between the demand and supply that has accelerated in the recent times”, said LetsTango.com COO Alex Tchablakian.
“We are hoping to see great success with this collaboration, and planning to replicate the arrangement with other South Asian countries as well. We are looking forward to generate revenue over 20 Million AED in a bid to exponentially fuel ecommerce in the Middle East.” added Alex on the growth plans.
“Our partnership with LetsTango.com will boost Aramex’s efforts in expanding our services in Thailand and the wider Asia Pacific market. Through Aramex’s robust global network and logistics expertise, we are confident in supporting the strong growth of the region’s e-commerce sector and strengthening the bilateral trade ties between Thailand and the UAE”, said Samer Marei, Regional Director of Southeastern Asia & India Subcontinent at Aramex.
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