It is worth noting that Saudi Post participated in the workshop of the "The Program of Developing National Industry and Logistics to Engage the Private Sector", which is one of the 12 programs under the vision of the Kingdom 2030. It aims to raise the contribution of the national industry and logistics in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and creating jobs in the private sector, in addition to making the Kingdom a major hub and an important logistical and international logistical link.
Saudi Post's participation in the workshop is in line with its significant contribution to the Kingdom's logistical system, which extends from receiving, sorting out and delivering parcels to local and international customers, as well as providing digital addressing services and complementary government and commercial services through a nationwide network of more than 600 service offices and over 6000 distribution points covering all regions of the Kingdom.
The Saudi Post through NAQEL Company, one of its subsidiaries, also provides a variety of supply chain solutions including air, sea and road freight by truck, train, courier services, refrigerated transport, warehousing and handling services, as well as services in more than 43 terminals around the Kingdom, 15 of them are in industrial cities, all served by the company's fleet of more than 3000 vehicles, trucks and a network covering more than 4,900 cities and villages.
Source: Saudi Press Agency