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QFZ and Qatar Post join forces for enhanced postal solutions

Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZ) and Qatar Postal Services Company (Qatar Post) have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide extensive postal services to businesses and investors in Qatar’s free zones. This strategic partnership is designed to bolster QFZ’s service offerings, ensuring efficient and reliable postal solutions.

The MoU, signed by Abdulla Hamad Al Binali, Director of Investor Relations & Technical Support at QFZ, and Hamad Al Fahida, Chief Operating Officer of Qatar Post, was formalized at the Business Innovation Park in Ras Bufontas Free Zone. Senior officials from both organizations attended the signing ceremony.

The agreement establishes a framework for Qatar Post to deliver a variety of postal services, such as mail collection, PO box services, international shipping, and connected collection (shop & ship), to companies operating within the free zones. “This partnership marks a significant step towards enhancing the range of services available to businesses in Qatar’s Free Zones,” said Al Binali. “Our collaboration with Qatar Post will play a pivotal role in ensuring our investors have access to top-tier postal services, facilitating their operations and contributing to Qatar’s economic development.”

Hamad Al Fahida echoed this sentiment, stating, “We are proud to partner with Qatar Free Zones Authority. This MoU underscores our dedication to supporting Qatar’s business and investment community by delivering high-quality postal and logistics services. Our cooperation with QFZ will enable us to provide tailored postal solutions that meet the specific needs of businesses in the free zones, enhancing their operational efficiency and global connectivity.” This collaboration aims to create an integrated business environment, ensuring all operational needs of investors are met efficiently, and reinforcing Qatar’s position as a hub for business and economic growth.


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