DHL Oman invests USD0.45m in 19 new trucks

01 Jun 2011

(MENAFN) DHL Express Oman’s manager, Michael Nistor, stated that the company enhanced its fleet in the country by investing USD455,000 in 19 new trucks aimed at improving deliveries across Oman, reported Times of Oman.

The country manager of the world’s number 1 express company also said that the improvements in deliveries included cost-effectiveness as well as time consumption.

Nistor added that the new investment came after the recent USD221,000 gateway facility in Oman’s capital’s prime industrial area. He pointed out that DHL Express aimed at further expanding its business in Oman.

It is worth noting that DHL Express is a division of Deutsche Post providing international express mail services. It was founded in 1969 to deliver documents between San Francisco and Honolulu, and later expanded its service throughout the world by the late 1970s.

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