Times of Oman
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Asia Express opens its 18th branch
November 14, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Pic: Agencies

Muscat: Leading remittance company, Asia Express Exchange (AEE) on Monday opened its 18th branch in the picturesque Khasab region, at Musandam peninsula.

With this opening, AEE has now spread its operations almost across Oman. Adeeb Ahamed, managing director — Asia Express Exchange said, "We are a week away from the National Day and it is our privilege to be a part of the celebrations by opening a new branch at Khasab. Under the wise leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Oman continues to make rapid strides forward in every sphere and we are proud to be a part of the growth."

"In line with the vision, determination and dedication of our chairman, M. A. Yusuffali to take money transfer services closer to our target customers in the interior regions, it is and will be our ongoing commitment to enhance customer experience by identifying customer requirements.
"It is this very commitment which led us to reach out to five different regions of the Sultanate. AEE features a potent mix of highly competent and committed workforce paired with latest technologies to deliver the best possible customer satisfaction.

"We dedicate our growth to our esteemed customers, who have always supported and encouraged us to deliver the best," Adeeb added.

Ali bin Mansoor Al Busaidi, wali of Khasab inaugurated the branch in the esteemed presence of Col. Hamdan Al Farsi, Royal Oman Police Khasab. The opening ceremony of the new branch inside the Lulu Hypermarket, Khasab witnessed the presence of Sheikh Mohammed Hamad Ali Al Ghazali, director of AEE, and the senior management of AEE.

"We have, as a socially responsible organisation, ensured fair business practices including rigorous compliance to global anti-money laundering protocols, in the best interest of our regulators and customers.

"Mirroring His Majesty's vision of providing every Omani national with employment opportunity, we have been recruiting; training and empowering young and talented Omanis to provide them with exposure and opportunities.

"Presently we have a fairly large team of Omani nationals who are contributing to the success of our organisation," said Adeeb Ahamed.

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