Egypt Post completes postcode project

Egypt Post completes postcode project

Egypt Post has completed the application of the new postcode system across the country using modern technology, as a unique 7-digit postcode has been allocated to each group of buildings to increase the efficiency of mail distribution, and support companies working in delivery, distribution, and shipping, reports news website menafn.

Former chairperson of the Egyptian National Post Organization (ENPO) Essam El-Sagheer  said the project took two years, and it was based on information obtained from the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) to ensure easier access to addresses.

He explained that the system has been made available to DHL to use it to inquire about addresses and determine their postcode, which provides the easiest way to get to addresses, saving time and costs and raising the level of service for citizens.

Moreover, Ahmed Al-Fangary, General Manager of DHL Express Egypt, said that this step is a leap for delivery companies of different types, as it will help them find addresses quickly and more accurately, as well as reduce the cost of shipping.

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