Aramex PJSC Investor Presentation. 3rd quarter 2011. Company Profile Company Structure Strategic Direction Financial Analysis. Aramex Quick Overview. Highlights. Background. Established: 1982, 27 years in operation
3rd quarter 2011
Established as a Privately Held Company
First Arab-based Company on NASDAQ
Returned to Private Ownership
Public on Dubai Financial Market
Express Wholesale Delivery
Multiple Product Offering
Value Added Services
Supply Chain Solutions
Growth in Aramex’s Value (US$ Million)
Growth in Number of Staff in the past 6 years
Aramex is one of the first companies in the region to report on its sustainable business practices
Key Sustainability Issues
Global Services Office
Culture and Values
Unique Corporate Culture
Aramex has extensive knowledge and experience in underdeveloped and developing markets and sees tremendous value in developing its global network by introducing its asset light model and product offering into new markets with high growth potential.
Taking the Aramex model to new markets will strengthen its position as a key global provider specialized in emerging markets while operating a global independent network:
Potential areas for expansion
Management / Employees
Expansion of Warehousing Facilities
Supply chain solutions outsourcing is expanding in the Middle East and South Asia; warehousing is a critical pre-requisite for offering these services and where appropriate warehousing space is not available Aramex will invest in purpose built facilities
There are a number of small to medium size businesses within the region that can be integrated with the existing Aramex operation and produce considerable efficiencies. Aramex continuously seeks to identify such companies to grow revenues and profit at higher efficiency.
Aramex has succeeded in introducing new products when it acquired Info-Fort, a records and information management service provider. The offering has proved to be a very successful and niche one that has already expanded to 9 countries (GCC, Jordan, Egypt, Iran) and that has potential to other core markets.
There are also various opportunities across the network, to further develop products and services, using existing infrastructure.
New Product Development
Growth in Revenue (US$’000)
Change in Product Distribution
Change in Geographic Distribution
Growth in Gross Profit (US$’000)
Growth in Net Profit (US$’000)