Sharjah police and Emirates Post sign traffic ticket deal

SHARJAH - The Sharjah Traffic Police Department has signed an agreement with Emirates Post that allows motorists to pay their traffic tickets through the post offices across the emirate.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Fri 16 Jul 2004, 11:00 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 1:46 PM

Ibrahim Abdullah Ibrahim Al Dabous, Director-General of Emirates Post, Colonel Rashid Gharib Al Mahmoud, Director of Licensing and Traffic Department, and other dignitaries attended the signing ceremony.

According to the agreement, Emirates Post will provide a new post service for paying of traffic tickets issued by the Sharjah Traffic Police Department. The service - set to start in August - would be provided at the offices of Emirates Post in Dubai, and Sharjah. The service is also expected to start in other emirates very soon. Those using the facility will have to pay a Dh2 fee each time they use the new service.

Mr Al Dabous said that the agreement would enhance cooperation between the Sharjah Police and Emirates Post.

"As part of its strategic vision, Emirates Post looks forward for signing more agreements with government departments and private firms," he added.

Col. Al Mahmoud said that the agreement with Emirates Post come in line with Sharjah Police's plans to keep pace with the demands of the public.

Meanwhile, Emirates Post's Training and Development Centre recently conducted a training course for 19 employees of Qatar Post in Doha. This is the first time the Centre has ventured outside the UAE to deliver its training courses.

The two-week training programme was supervised by Wiaam Shihab Ghanem, Manager, Training and Development Centre, and conducted by Syed Qadi, a trainer from the Training and Development Centre.

Ali Mohamed Al Ali, Chairman, General Postal Corporation, Qatar, remarked: "This is the first time that a training team from Emirates Post has come to Qatar to deliver training to our employees. We believe this will increase mutual cooperation and help us derive benefit from Emirates Post's Training and Development Centre which offers modern facilities and advanced training tools. We have plans to develop our own training centre in the near future in collaboration with Emirates Post's Training and Development Centre."

"We appreciate Qatar Post's priority for developing human resources through professional training," said Ms. Wiaam.

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