Mr Shamit Shah, Group Executive Director FiT.
Mr Dave (Centre) Freight in Time Financial Controller and guests.
Mr. Fred Mlay, Freight in Time Business Development Manager Tanzania with Guests.
Victor Maina, Air and Sea Freight Commercial Manager exchanging views with the invited guests.
CEO sign industries M.P Esmail giving a comment.
Invited guests mingle during the event.
Freight In Time (TZ) LTD (‘FiT’), the Authorized Service Contractor of UPS (NYSE: UPS), a global leader in logistics,opened its doors tovalued customers at a special event today at The Southern Sun Hotel in Dar es Salaam. The event highlighted FiT’s appreciation to local customers and in turn provided customers with an opportunity to meet FiT’s management and ask questions first hand.
FiTopened in Tanzania in 1997 and provides customers with a broad range of services with flexible pick-up and delivery times. Since 2005, the company became the authorized service contractor in Tanzania ofUPS and has served its customers with the highest level of service backed by UPS’s world class network and technology, its focus on service quality, and a deep-rooted culture of precision and innovation..UPS is a recognized leader with expertise in international air freight forwarding, regional supply chain management and intra-Africa logistics. Customers can combine package and freight services for greater supply chain efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Shamit Shah, Group Executive Directorof FiT commented, “FiT and UPS’partnership in Tanzania has gone from strength to strength over the last 10 years and we wanted to give something back to our loyal customers. The event is a testimony of our commitment to providing our customers with an efficient, reliable service. Providing a platform for discussion and interaction, the event also offered an opportunity to demonstrate our appreciation of their loyalty.”
“Our customers are at the heart of what we do, we will continue to support our clients to develop their businesses, through our global network and innovative services facilities”, he added.
FiTemploys 72 local citizens and operates at airports in Dar, Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, Mbeya and Mwanza. UPS Border point offices include Namanga, Holili,HoroHoro, Tunduma, Kasumulu and Sirare, whilst also serving seaports in Dar Es Salaam and Mombasa.
UPS, a global leader in logistics with 435,000 employees worldwide, has been in the region since 1988, with its regional headquarters based in the UAE. The India Sub-Continent, Middle East and Africa region is the largest UPS region with more than 70 active countries. Through access to a worldwide network serving over 220 countries and territories, UPS is invested to the success of a daily delivery average of more than 18 million packages and documents.