Doha: The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology and British Royal Mail yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding to modernise Qatar Postal Services Company (Q-Post).
It was signed by Faleh Al Naemi from the ministry and Stan Kozlowski, Head of BPCS & Regional Director, Emerging Countries, Royal Mail International, on the sidelines QITCOM 2014.
It will formalise both parties’ intentions and lay down the basis of cooperation to achieve the intentions, in accordance with laws and regulations of both countries, and based on equality, reciprocity and mutual benefit.
Q-Post and Royal Mail will work together to bolster cooperation and exchanges until more definitive contractual obligations are arrived at to achieve the objectives of the agreement. “The MoU aims at enhancing Qatar’s postal services for the benefit of people and businesses,” said Al Naemi.
“It will help reinforce our cooperation in the field and modernise Q-Post to provide high-quality services,” he added.
“With the help of Royal Mail, the MoU will work towards enhancing skills and capabilities of Q-Post management and provide training in functional and technical skills for staff,” Al Naemi said.
“The MoU includes using Royal Mail’s assistance in implementation of Q-Post’s transformation plan and achievement of aspired services.”