Jordan Post to explore e-commerce, delivery website

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AMMAN — Director-General of Jordan Post Khaled Al-Laham said on Sunday that the Jordan Post is seeking to launch an online shopping website that will allow Jordanians to receive delivery orders via the postal service, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

Laham said the website is part of Jordan Post’s 2023 strategy, which includes giving Jordanians the opportunity to purchase from “international websites” and pay electronically.

He added that the website will include virtual addresses to allow Jordan Post customers to shop online. Their purchases will then be delivered to their homes through the postal service.

The director-general highlighted digital transformation as part of the postal service’s 2023 strategy, including the installation of “smart boxes” at malls for mail delivery.

Around 67,000 beneficiaries of the National Aid Fund received aid without needing to check their mail, Laham said, adding that they can collect the funds through ATMs.

He also said eFawateercom, Jordan’s electronic bill payment system can be used to complete payments at 120 post offices across the country.

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