Posted on April 20, 2017

Today, on the occasion of the opening of Turkey Expo by Qatar, Chairman and Managing Director Mr Faleh Al Naemi of Qatar Postal Service Company and its Turkish counterpart Mr Kenan Bozgeyik, Chairman and Director General of Turkish Post, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on E-Commerce. Q-Post and Turkish Post agreed on a Roadmap designing a product sales plan from Turkey to Qatar and from Qatar to Turkey benefiting their customers based in both countries.

Building on its successful business growth, Qatar Post is currently going through a holistic modernisation process of its postal services and its products. This transformation programme is aimed at turning Qatar Post into a world-class postal operator by embracing the digital age, a modern economy and a changing society. Within this context, Qatar Post is currently developing a new e-commerce platform allowing international shopping and shipping service directly from Turkey to customers’ doorstep In Qatar. The new service is under testing process in order to reach the best quality product on the market. The new e-commerce platform will be launched at a later stage this year.

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Qatar Post Chairman Faleh Al Naemi commented: “This e-Commerce Roadmap is aimed at bringing our respective postal services closer for the benefits of our valued customers and partners. Turkey and Qatar put a lot of efforts in building a strong trade alliance in the last decades and we are glad to see this friendship going a step further today in the field of postal services. I would like to thank all the Board members of Turkish Post for their trust and their precious collaboration. We are extremely proud of what we achieved together.”

This e-Commerce agreement with Turkish Post marks a key milestone in this transformation journey and is the beginning of a new partnership between Q-Post and Turkish Post. Qatar Post’s transformation strategy is in line the Nation’s long-term goal to build a competitive, global, and knowledge-based economy and to transform the country into a fully connected society, beyond borders.