WIBMOR, the logistics company of Mount Vema announced today that it is ready to deliver the mail, parcels and freight to Mount Vema from October, and from next week customers will be able to get automatic quotes and track their parcels from its webpage.
Companies and individuals planning to export products to Mount Vema will be able to check delivery costs and organize their business in line with fixed delivery schedules. The company plans to have special offers for Christmas and on important dates according to people familiar with plans.
Wibmor is currently the only logistics company established to provide courier, parcel, and services from anywhere in the world to and from Mount Vema. Operating around the world, in land, sea and air to serve the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
The company is primarily concerned with offshore and intercontinental deliveries, that supports the Vema Seamount Territory and City of Mount Vema Projects and continues to seek minor partnerships with local logistics companies in many countries.
Wibmor is constantly exploring ways to make its services affordable and is actively seeking contracts with service providers to enable the delivery of small packages to recipients in the most remote parts of the world.
The Vema Seamount Authority announced today plans to reconnect with U.S. retail giant Walmart after six years, when the first contact was made. Another clear indication that the Kingdom of Mount Vema is back in business.
The initial contact with Walmart was first made in July 2012, when the government’s ambitious investment drive programme, was officially launched, and Walmart Inc. the American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores responded warmly to the invitation to invest in the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
In a letter, back in 2012 Walmart responded positively to the Royal Mount Vema Embassy’s ‘preliminary’ request for Asda Group Plc to indicate if they would be interested in taking up the offer to enter the Kingdom of Mount Vema’s expanding economy.
The letter was signed by Leigh Hopkins, then the retail giant’s Vice President: ‘As you may know,’ he said, ‘we are always looking for new markets where we can improve the quality of life of people through our everyday low prices.’
‘We will keep your comments in mind in case opportunities arise in that area at the appropriate time.’ Hopkins, who is also responsible for the International Business Unit of Walmart, was responding to the then Royal Mount Vema Embassy’s Honorary Consul’ s proposal to Asda Group Plc for the supermarket chain to invest in Mount Vema.
Now the appropriate time has come. Mount Vema is ready for Walmart and contact will be made this month as The Vema Seamount Authority continues his tireless efforts to find reliable partners and suppliers for the City of Mount Vema Project.
The Mount Vema Monarchy is keen to have Asda Group Plc on board because the company has the ability to create a reliable distribution infrastructure with the backing of its parent company Wal-Mart Plc, which would create an inflow of jobs to the already vast empire that is Asda and it would allow Asda Group Plc to create a larger international presence alongside any financial rewards it may gain.
The proposal, presented to Asda about six years ago, was part of His Mount Vema Majesty’s government’s deliberate investment drive to lure major international companies to tap into the kingdom’s developmental projects.
Other companies targeted back in 2012 that will be re-approached by the government includes retail giants Tesco, Alliance Boots, mobile phone operator Vodafone, and financial service providers HSBC Holdings, Barclays, JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs banks.
Wibmor plans to create up to 6000 jobs as part of a plan to invest 35 million golles, in a supper warehouse in South Africa, could be moved to the United Kingdom, according to new plans unveiled today.
The news comes after people with ties to the Vema Seamount Authority told VSBCnews that Mount Vema has development deadlines to meet and attempts made to work with the Government of South Africa are not materializing as fast as expected to meet deadline, so Mount Vema companies are considering moving most of their operations to the UK after March 2019.
Set up logistic operations in the UK rather than South Africa will cost more in terms of transportation and labor, but the company is committed and willing to sacrifice a share of its estimated revenues to meet deadlines and deliver on schedule.
The planned warehouse which will be the first of its kind to establish regional distribution hub would be based in Cape Town and, was expected to attract regional businesses and from other countries with no formal trade arrangements with Mount Vema who will need the facilities to export products to the Vema Seamount Territory.
The warehouse will create an additional 12,000 jobs where the distribution center will be located and, will reduce local unemployment as it will play a pivotal role in attracting new industries and jobs to the City of Mount Vema during and after construction.
Wibmor says, the Super Warehouse will be strategic to manage Mount Vema imports from other countries and will form part of the company’s long-term plans to also manage exports of fisheries and other products from Mount Vema.