Emirates Post Group recently welcomed a delegation of Saudi Post at its head office in Dubai and briefed the visitors on best practices in postal operations and mail sorting systems. The two sides also discussed exchange of expertise in relevant fields.
The delegation was welcomed by Chief of Postal Operations Affairs at EPG, Mr. Sultan Al Midfa, and a number of senior officials.
Mr. Al Midfa briefed them on technical aspects of mail sorting, and highlighted the major achievements of Emirates Post Group, which focus not only on the development of postal operations to meet the needs of today, but also to accommodate the aspirations of the future. He spoke about EPG’s strengths in the delivery of quality postal services through the huge postal network, assisted by an extended network around the world, along with advanced communications services and a competent workforce.
Chief Commercial Officer of EPG Mr. Ibrahim Bin Karam highlighted the importance of exchanging visits for the purpose of benchmarking, and as one of the main tools for boosting overall performance, supported by accumulated experience at local, regional and international levels.
“Emirates Post Group has been at the forefront of innovation and technological development in the postal field, and our expertise and excellence in different areas, including in automated sorting systems, has served as a model for other organisations to follow. We are always keen to share our expertise with other postal administrations, especially those from brotherly countries. EPG also strongly supports the government’s innovation strategy that aims to make the UAE one of the best countries in the world by 2021,” added Mr. Bin Karam.
The Saudi Post delegation consisted of Assistant Assistant General of Procurement and Tender Administration, Saleh Bin Hassan Aldayan; Director of operations and maintenance of postal techniques, Abdullah bin Saud Al-Suwailem ; Maintenance Supervisor for automated sorting machines Abdullah bin Rashid bin Rokan and Automated Sorting Machine Expert Mudesir Khan.