GCC Exchange opens new branch at Fujairah International Airport

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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GCC Exchange at Fujairah International Airport
Officials during the inauguration.

GCC Exchange, a leading foreign exchange and remittance brand in the UAE, has opened its new branch at Fujairah International Airport.

It is another milestone for the company in addition to its recent developments, especially the growth in its branches all over the UAE.

The company has gained momentum since 2022 in its expansion, in regard to the number of branches, digital products like its new mobile app, and other services. This is the company’s second branch in the Emirate of Fujairah.

GCC Exchange’s growing branch network aims at promoting the accessibility of its services to maximum customers and establishing a strong brand presence among its audience.

Speaking on the Inauguration of the Airport Branch, Rajesh Himmatlal, Managing Director at GCC Exchange, said that, “Our team relentlessly spends their time and effort in creating new opportunities for our customers in Forex, Remittance, and WPS Payroll solutions. Every new branch is the vision of our team of experts and a testimonial to our customers’ trust, support, and loyalty. Being an accessible service requires us to be available at the major hotspots of UAE and now we are at one of them. The Fujairah Airport Branch will surely create a new experience for all travelers and remitters.”

“We are sure of the impact our new branch will have when it comes to the accessibility of our service. The Fujairah International Airport Branch has a higher opportunity to help travelers with their foreign currency requirements, which in turn will help us introduce our brand to potential customers. Our expansion plans are purely based on making people more aware of the benefits of our forex and remittance services. We are excited for all the people who will get to experience our service at the airport,” commented Yash Rajesh, General Manager at GCC Exchange.

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