Q-Post extends Global Priority to customers through UPS network

Qatar Post (Q-Post) is extending its Global Priority service to both retail and corporate customers powered by the UPS network, it was announced Sunday.

The new service will allow Q-Post customers to send and track letters and parcels in a secure and efficient way in multiple markets.

The Global Priority offers door-to-door to over 220 countries and territories across the globe within one to three working days. The service offers a new track and trace feature of the entire postal journey and protected by a money-back guarantee.

Q-Post is always striving to offer the best of its products and services to all customers, private and corporate,” said Khalid al-Emadi, deputy director of sales and marketing.

Q-Post is offering to all customers 40% off on the new Global Priority shipping service until August 30. To ensure the best possible customer experience, the service underwent a testing process, with a soft-launch performed on April 1.

The service is now being rolled out to Q-Post’s main branch. The reliability of this newly provided service will ensure that all services provided are tailor-made to suit the expanding needs of the country as it gears towards delivering its international commitments in 2022 and achieving the principles of the Qatar National Vision 2030.

Gulf Warehousing Company, a major logistics provider in Qatar, was appointed the authorised service contractor for UPS in 2015, reshaping their presence in the country, and redefining the customer experience.

Q-Post’s Global Priority operated through UPS’s global network is in line with our commitment to enhance the express courier solutions offered in the State of Qatar, we look forward to servicing Qatar Post’s clientele and contributing to grow international businesses said GWC Director Maaz Syed.

Source: GULF TIMES

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