May 06 2012
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TNT Express in Saudi Arabia wins alfanar Electrical Systems account
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - May 6th, 2012: TNT SAB Express in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's leading express distribution companies, is pleased to sign an agreement with alfanar Electrical Systems for their express services.
alfanar Electrical Systems is an industrial arm of alfanar specialised in manufacturing a variety of low, medium and high voltage electrical consumption products. The company markets its electrical construction products in the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia.
" TNT Express has won the account with a value proposition that outstrips the competition. Our road network and air solution provide alfanar Electrical System an access to the fastest transit time available across the Middle East" commented Mark Woodcock, Country General Manager for TNT Express Saudi Arabia & Bahrain.
" TNT was awarded all express movements in the Middle East, Europe and ASPAC countries as a result of a competitive bidding process, it was clear that TNT Express stood ahead of the pack from a value and lead time standpoint" commented Fares Al Fares, AED Logistics Manager for alfanar Electrical Express.
TNT Express is one of the world's largest express delivery companies. On a daily basis, TNT Express delivers close to 1 million consignments ranging from documents and parcels to palletised freight. The company operates road and air transportation networks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Asia-Pacific and the Americas. It employs 77,000 people and runs a fleet of 30,000 road vehicles and 46 aircraft. TNT Express made €7.2 billion in revenue in 2011. For more information, please visit TNT 's website at: http://www.tnt.com/corporate
For more information and inquiries, please contact:
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