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    Egypt Post, Malagasy Counterpart Sign Protocol in e-Commerce

    Date published: 20 June 2019

    Egypt Post has signed a cooperation protocol with Madagascar Post in e-commerce, to enable Madagascar Postís customers to shop online from the USA, the UK, and China, through the consolidation hub at Cairo International Airport.

    The protocol signing ceremony was witnessed by the Director General of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) International Bureau Bishar A. Hussein, Deputy Director General of the UPU International Bureau Pascal Clivaz, Secretary General of the Pan African Postal Union (PAPU) Younouss Djibrine, and all the heads of African postal institutions of the Unionís members.

    The protocol will enable Madagascar Postís customers to have a smoothly online shopping experience from the USA, the UK, and China. Packages from the three countries will be collected in Cairo consolidation hub, then shipped to Madagascar. This helps reduce the shipping cost and improve the service level.

    The protocol aims to enhance cooperation and strengthen ties between Egypt Post and its Malagasy counterpart, and opens new avenues of cooperation between the two countries, to benefit from the potentials of the post in the two countries to provide high quality and affordable e-commerce services, thus winning citizensí trust and getting a fair share of the e-commerce market.

    Egypt Post has established the largest consolidation hub in the region, to provide e-commerce services, collect and redirect postal packages. A number of agreements have been signed with Nigeria, Guinea-Conakry, Equatorial Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire, Libya, Sudan and Cameroon, reflecting Egypt Post regional and international role.

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