Qatar Post celebrates Ramadan and year of success with annual Suhoor gathering
May 19 2019 01:19 AM
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Dignitaries at the event.

Qatar Post has held its annual Suhoor gathering for employees in celebration of the holy month of Ramadan, as well as the “record 2018 performance for the group”.
The celebration, which marked a year of milestone partnerships and developments for Qatar Post’s business, took place on May 17. In attendance were Qatar Post’s staff and senior leadership executives. Faleh Mohamed al-Naemi, Qatar Post chairman and managing director, shared with attendees the group’s successes in 2018 as well as a glimpse of future plans and strategic areas of focus.
“The overwhelming State support Qatar Post has received in the past year, incentivising both governmental institutions and bodies to use our services at scale, was our springboard to grow our customer base in the market, and broaden the scope of our business and activities. Over the past year, this support has culminated in the signing of over 20 MoUs with different State institutions,” al-Naemi said in his opening speech.
Qatar Post has also successfully grown the scope and size of its business with private sector companies, and has been holding several discussions and exploratory studies for future investment opportunities, innovative solutions and avenues of growth in the field of postal services, it said in a statement.
“In the backdrop, the worldwide postal services market is experiencing transformative dynamics; ones that are positively challenging us, going forward, to grow the market and revenue streams of e-government, money transfer and exchange, and e-commerce services and transactions, and strengthen our logistical infrastructure into Qatar’s sustainable development and economic diversification ambitions under its National Vision 2030; always, of course, under the direction of our wise leadership,” added al-Naemi.



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