Muscat – Oman Post, an Asyad member company, has introduced a 30% off on its domestic road cargo service. Customers can now avail of this offer that is available at 10 branches including Sohar, Azaiba, Burj Al Sahwa, Al Buraimi, Nizwa, Haima, Salalah, Sur, Ibri, and Ibra, to safely and securely send their parcels and shipments across the Sultanate. Oman Post has added this service to its portfolio early 2019, which was previously managed by Mwasalat, but both companies are still collaborating as the service is offered station by station through Mwasalat’s busses.

Nasser Al Zadjali, Head of Cargo at Oman Post, said: “Our journey of transformation through business excellence continues to gain momentum. We are shifting our service portfolio from being a traditional postal service provider into a parcel-delivery business. We are noticing that parcel volumes, in general, are on the rise year-on-year, and that is a huge opportunity from a business perspective, but also, we are intensifying our parcel logistics capacity in order to offer a customers more value-added services both on individual and corporate levels.” 

The latest offer from Oman Post is geared towards individuals, as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and corporates of all sizes. The new promotion is in line with the company’s strategy to put customers first and fuel the Sultanate’s economic growth. The company has been implementing a robust development strategy, ‘Driving Transformation through Business Excellence’.


About Oman Post

Oman Post, a member of the Asyad Group, offers a wide range of logistics’ services connecting people around the world. In addition to postal services, traditional and virtual P. O. Boxes, the company provides email and e-Commerce shipping services, making it easier than ever to deliver domestically and internationally. Streamlining processes and services to create more value for customers, Oman Post adopts a Lean approach across its operations through implementation of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM), an integrated business excellence framework that helps develop sustainable performance improvement and on-going excellence.

With over 600 employees in 83 branches across the Sultanate, Oman Post collaborates with more than 150 operators, 677,000 post offices in 192 countries. Putting customer-centricity first and foremost, the company is leveraging emerging technologies to transform its operations, as well as generate new efficiencies, products and services. This direction is in complete alignment and synergy with Oman’s national logistics strategy, driven by Asyad, to position the Sultanate as a leading trade and logistics hub.

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