Saudi Post (SPL) Ranks 7th Globally in 2023 International Express Mail Service

The Saudi Post (SPL) was ranked seventh globally in international Express Mail Service (EMS) performance for 2023 made by the Universal Postal Union (UPU), reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Saudi Arabia has obtain a prestigious rank among other 185 member countries, highlighting the SPL’s strategic plan in enhancing the Kingdom’s postal and logistical services sector. This landmark success underscores the organization’s commitment to playing an effective role in the national transformation outlined by the National Strategy for Transport and Logistics.

The Strategy was launched in 2021 under the auspicious of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and with an ambitious aim to position the Kingdom as a global logistics hub linking three continents. It is primarily set to achieve four goals: to transform Saudi Arabia into a logistics hub, boost the quality of life across the country, enhance fiscal sustainability, and improve the performance of public entities.

The promising strategy covers a vast array of sectors including the development of infrastructure, the establishment of various platforms and logistics zones in the Kingdom, the implementation of advanced operating models and systems, and the enhancement of impactful partnerships between the government and the private sector.

As a result, SPL has re-examined its business model in the recent years to be compatible with the national transformation. Aiming at providing high-quality services to the customers, SPL is seriously attempting to be the modern logistics arm for trade and digital government. It has launched a strategy called “Maqdam” to form a leading national group in providing exceptional postal and logistical services in line with the Saudi Vision 2030 programs.

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