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• Established in the year 1982, ARAMEX is a leading global logistics and supply chain management company which provides total transportation solu.....


• Established in the year 1982, ARAMEX is a leading global logistics and supply chain management company which provides total transportation solutions. 
• Aramex has generated profits continuously over the past decade. 
• In future Aramex, is expected to follow the strategy of expanding into new markets through acquisitions and franchising. In 2014 Aramex acquired PostNet logistics in South Africa to expand its business in the region. Earlier in 2011 Aramex entered the South African market with the acquisition of Berco Express. Further it expanded into South East Asia and Australia with the acquisition of Inpost, Mail call Couriers and Leo Global Logistics. 
• International Express (33%) and Freight forwarding (34%) are the major contributors to the revenue. 
• Revenue of Aramex increased at CAGR of 13.3% during the period 2010-14. We estimate the combined revenue from all the segments in 2015 to increase by 9%.


  1. Executive Summary
  2. Business Overview
    • Overview
    • Performance Indicators
    • STEEPLED analysis
  3. Financial Overview
    • Key Financial Ratios
    • Capital Expenditure
    • Debt/Equity Ratio (D/E)
    • Return on Equity (ROE) and Return on Asset (ROA)
    • CFO-to-Sales
    • Earnings Quality (EQ)
  4. Projections
  5. Peer Analysis
    • Regional Peers
    • Global Peers
  6. Share Market Overview
    • Dividend
    • Risk Metrics
    • Liquidity
    • Analyst Calls
  7. Appendix
    • Sector Overview
    • Corporate Governance

Tables & Charts

1.1    Summary
1.2    Business View
1.3    Financial View (Long term view)
2.1    Performance Indicators
2.2    ARAMEX Business Segment and Areas
2.3    ARAMEX: Direct Investment and Related Entities
2.4    Summary of Porter’s Five Forces analysis
2.5    Summary of STEEPLED analysis
2.6    SWOT analysis
3.1    Financial Ratios
3.2    Earnings Quality across time periods
3.3    Earnings Quality Components
4.1    Projections for Income Statement, Balance Sheet
4.2    Business Segment wise revenue projections
5.1    Regional Peer Overview
5.2    Peer comparison based on size, P/E and dividends (2014)
5.3    Peer comparison based on returns and margins (2014)
5.4    Peer comparison based on Balance Sheet strength (2014)
5.5    Rankings of Closest Regional Peers based on Market Cap
6.1    Returns of ARAMEX vs. Tadawul index
6.2    ARAMEX Dividends, 20010-14
6.3    Risk Metrics
6.4    Liquidity Metrics
6.5    Analyst Calls
7.1    Projections for Income Statement, Balance Sheet
7.2    Board of Directors and Executive Management
7.3    Board Compensation

2.1    ARAMEX: Business lines
2.2    ARAMEX Revenue: Business line-wise
2.3    Production by Business Unit, 2013
2.4    Production Volumes
2.5    Segment-wise revenue contribution (2010 -2014)
2.6    Fertilizers Segment Revenue (2010 -2014)
2.7    Metals Segment Revenue (2010 -2014)
2.8    Corporate Segment Revenue (2010 -2014)
3.1    Total Sales 2010-14 (USD Mn)
3.2    Major segment sales (USD million)
3.3    Du Pont Analysis, 2014
3.4    ARAMEX CAPEX, USD Millions and Capex/Sales ratio (2010-14)
3.5    ARAMEX D/E Ratio, (2010-14)
3.6    ROE & ROA
3.7    Cash Flow from Operations (in USD mn) and CFO-to-Sales ratio, 2010-14
6.1    ARAMEX vs. Tadawul All Share Index, Rebased 2010 to 31st Dec, 2014
6.2    ARAMEX Volume traded (in mn) vs. Price
6.3    Risk vs. Return: ARAMEX, Peers and Tadawul Index, 2010-14

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