TNT Express offers its Economy Express services to Kabul in Afghanistan

Kabul, Afghanistan, September 4th, 2011 – TNT Express, one of the leading global express delivery companies, is currently offering its Express Import services to Kabul in Afghanistan with economical rates.

Since 2003, TNT Express is represented by Khadamat Post Tent Co. Ld which has an established and solid experience in the Express delivery market covering Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China and Pakistan.

Rafiq Ahmadyar, Country General Manager for TNT Express in Afghanistan said: “For centuries Afghanistan was considered as the hub connecting Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The Economy Express service perfectly fits the Afghanistan economy which is more focused towards imports.”

Economy Express is an affordable and a reliable delivery service, ideal for multinational companies already established in the country, as it offers a reliable, cost effective alternative to airfreight.

Economy Express to Kabul is very popular within starts up that are benefitting from the ongoing reconstruction process funded by the international community and supported by important local investments.

Tim Frank, General Manager of TNT Associates, Middle East and Sub Continent commented: “Economy Express service to Kabul opens the doors to significant opportunities for small and medium size companies and enables them to save time and money. The Economy Express service represents an entry point into the highly demanding local market.”

Aid agencies are also very much in need of such convenient delivery service as they can easily pull their shipments towards them, providing them with a total control over their shipments.

Bryan Moulds, Managing Director for TNT Express Middle East commented:” Afghanistan’s large and growing market for basic logistics and transportation services represents a ground-floor opportunity for Express delivery providers.”

“TNT Express is in no doubt that Afghanistan has a high demand on imports for industrial materials and consumer products and the requirements for delivery services is expected to increase within the coming few years especially with the continuous infrastructure improvement,” added Moulds.

For more information and inquiries, please contact:

Danielle Aychouh

Marketing Manager – ME

Gulf Commercial and Marketing Dept.

T : +971 4 2109652

F : +971 4 2949615

M : +971 56 6862001

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SOURCE: Submitted by TNT Express

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