Asia Express Exchange opens 28th Branch in Oman at Sohar

For Immediate Release     Dec 27, 2015

Muscat: Asia Express Exchange (AEE), the leading money exchange company operating in the Sultanate of Oman, commenced operation of its 28th branch at LuLu Hypermarket – Sohar on Sunday.

The branch was inaugurated by Sheikh Naif Bin Hamoud Al Mamri, Deputy Wali, Sohar, in the presence of H.E. Sheikh Mohammed Hamed Ali Al Ghazali, Director, Asia Express Exchange and other senior officials.

Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Managing Director, Asia Express Exchange said, “Sohar undoubtedly is one of the fastest growing cities in Oman and our second branch here is yet another significant step in expanding our coverage and providing convenience for our esteemed customers. Our first branch in Sohar, Al Hambar has been in operation for over five years now.”

Mr. Adeeb dedicated the new branch to the service of AEE’s esteemed customers, who he said have always supported and encouraged the company to deliver the best. “The credit for Asia Express Exchange’s growth and success over the years in the country is attributed to its relentless pursuit of excellent customer service and customer satisfaction. We are greatly humbled by the response we have got each time we opened a branch in Oman and the new branch is a testament to our commitment to the demand of our esteemed customers.’’

AEE alongside the rapid growth also boasts of a high calibre workforce backed by the latest technologies to deliver the highest standards of customer satisfaction possible. Its lucrative and progressive HR policy attracts the best talent in the market and the company in collaboration with premier banks have been sending its Omani employees overseas for training for the past three years.

AEE has partnered with internationally renowned and trusted money transfer service providers to guarantee that the client’s hard earned money reaches its destination in the fastest and the most secure way possible. The exchange house caters to markets across the world and has direct remittance arrangements with premier banks in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Indonesia.