Empost discounts

Shift your stuff for almost half-price with this new promotion...

If you've got some stuff to shift in the next few weeks, you are in luck. Empost has announced special rates on its International Courier Services.

The revised rates offer up to 50 per cent discount on express documents and express non-documents for both cash and corporate customers. Customers can send shipments of up to 1,000 kg to over 200 destinations worldwide under the promotional scheme. The scheme is open for both cash and corporate customers.

"Empost has embarked on aggressive expansion of its international services. As a special gesture, we are delighted to reward our loyal customers as well as incentivise our new customers with a substantial reduction in rates," said Sultan Al Midfa, CEO of Empost. "The offer is part of a new strategy to expand our customer base through value additions and upgraded standards."

Under express documents, customers can send items of non-commercial value, such as letters, books and brochures, for time-definite and customs cleared door to door delivery. Online booking is available through the Empost website. Empost courier staff will pick up shipments directly from your doorstep without extra charges. Track and trace facility is also available.

For express non-documents, such as samples and personal effects, the same facilities are available. This service is available for dutiable and non-dutiable shipments.

"Our revised rates for international courier come at a time when the market is witnessing signs of recovery in the region and globally," said Al Midfa. "As one of the pioneers in the courier business, Empost is now fully focused on emerging stronger after the recent slowdown that has affected every sector, every industry. We believe the new rates will help boost our relationships with our customers."

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