It is beyond me why an Academy would ban male shorts in campus but a couple of guys decided to do the one thing no one thought of, wear skirts. They look more like Scottish kilts to me, so the guys don’t look girly at all. Ironically it worked, they wanted to prove “Skirts Let Anyone Pass”.
I sat again with aramex (first time was over coffee) in a closed meeting that involved influential bloggers and micro-bloggers in Kuwait who have accused or dissed aramex before. It was a long 3 hour meeting explaining how shipments are transferred from A to Z and how there’s a lot that takes place in which amarex has no control over that affects the price and delays shipments.
The meeting was basically aramex saying, most of the things that you think are our fault aren’t (which is true in most cases) and we’re trying to be better than we are. They admit they’ve slipped on occasions, one of the directors even went as far as saying they messed up in Kuwait. It’s a sign that aramex is listening and are open for ideas to make things better.
During that meeting I found out about a ton of features amarex offered which no one had an idea about, surprisingly some of those features have been available more than a year. For the next few months I’ll be posting about those features and will be contacted by aramex whenever they launched something new, if I feel it’s worth mentioning I’ll post about it.
If you have a complaint, an issue on hold or anything you want address aramex you can contact Tariq Al Matouq, their Government & Relations Manager on twitter. Send him a tweet and he will take your issue on a personal scale. Overall I’m glad we had this discussion with aramex, a lot of issues were addressed.