Ghana Put up, the nation’s postal operator, has partnered with Jumia, Africa’s top e-commerce platform, to broaden its market-main presence in Ghana.
The partnership will completely transform the e-commerce sector and boost purchaser knowledge with efficient e-commerce flows.
Ghana Submit will help Jumia by offering deals to individuals by means of effective and expedient courier companies.
The new partnership supports Jumia’s dedication to leveraging its innovative technology and extensive network to deliver a seamless and highly effective platform for Ghanaians to order each day requirements online.
As the countrywide postal operator, Ghana Article is recognised for its innovation and dedication to making deal deliveries safe, economical and accessible.
Deputy Handling Director of Ghana Write-up Kwaku Tabi Amponsah said, “Our partnership with Jumia signifies a optimistic stage ahead in assembly the on-line buying desires of Ghanaians.
“With about 300 network branches and a primary observe and trace program, we are well-positioned to serve the demands of all e-purchasers with rapidly, secured deliveries.
“When COVID-19 affected our entire world, Ghana Post’s innovation and resilience in serving communities and the earth proved that innovation is not an accent but is alternatively the driving drive behind restoration. Postal companies are crucial to billions of people.”
The partnership will provide more quickly deliveries for Jumia’s cross-border shipments.
With above 360 write-up places of work distribute about the place, Ghana Article supports Jumia’s customers by using a partnership that offers supplemental ways for people in rural locations across the state to collect their orders quicker and conveniently, applying the Jumia site and cell application.
‘’Our overarching objective is to bring e-commerce nearer to consumers and make on the net purchasing accessible to all Ghanaians in conjunction with the Ghana Post’s community of branches masking all areas of the state, which includes rural spots. Jumia has considerable encounter in the field of e-commerce and logistics and becoming a member of forces with a dependable, and very well-structured corporation like Ghana Post more expands our horizon,“ reported Tolulope George-Yanwah, CEO of Jumia Ghana.
This new arrangement rewards shoppers as it lowers supply expenditures, assures a lot quicker delivery of orders transported from abroad and increases the degree of provider, therefore heightening consumer confidence and boosting participation in the e-commerce market.