WASEL postal service was initiated in Jeddah city

WASAL” postal service was initiated in Jeddah city, after completing the addressing operation and establish the service in several residential area as the campaign aims at establishing 600,000 thousand boxes. A comprehensive survey for all Jeddah city area is being done along with the preparation of the required infrastructure for activating the service.

Dr.Talal Abdulmalik Radin, the Director General of the project stated that the primary stages of the project had been completed along with the comprehensive survey of all part of Jeddah city, installation of WASAL mail boxes, making the final touches and arrangement to activate the WASAL service in some area during the forthcoming stages.

Rayyan Itanbathathah , Manager of subscription administration explained that the subscriber can receive his/her premium , registered mail and post parcels on his/her new box and he able to shift his correspondence from his old mail box to the new one and he can send his own correspondence via the incoming box existing next to the service box. The addressing & the establishment of the postal service project aims at installing more than 250,000 post boxes in Jeddah city since triggering the project. Subscription in the new post service “WASAL” in Jeddah city was made in the university Avenue center through subscription responsible and the key of the new box was delivered in the Headquarters of the Itihad Altakamal Company for the executing company of the addressing and establishing the postal service project.

It is worthy noting that the Saudi post has released the tracking services of the premium mail which shall be available for the customers of the Saudi Post , whether they are citizens or expatriates and they can track the course of their shipments via the corporation’ website on the internet or by utilizing the automated sound answer system . This service shall enable the customers identify place, time and date of procedures done to their shipments from the point of origin to the destination point. This service has been released as an implementation of the strategy of the Saudi post towards becoming a digital corporation.

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