IQ Robotics, Saudi Post and AlKhereiji Group Unveil New Robotics Project

IQ Robotics, Saudi Post and AlKhereiji Group Unveil New Robotics Project

To deploy 200 robots for for Saudi Post's sorting and processing operations in Riyadh

IQ Robotics has announced the inking of a milestone agreement with Saudi Post Corporation (SPL) and Alkhereiji Group in the field of digital transformation and robotics.

The transformation project includes the deployment of 200 advanced robots to assist in facilitating the processing of orders and sorting operations across various channels to increase customer satisfaction.

The SPL sorting center, equipped with intelligent robotics technology, will be the largest robotic sorting center deployment in the Middle East.

Mr. Fadi Amoudi, CEO of IQ Robotics, said: "We are pleased to announce our partnership with SPL as we embark on our exceptional journey to establish the center of excellence in Riyadh, with the aim of meeting the increasing demand for digital transformation in the Kingdom."

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The new agreement highlights the growing demand for digital transformation in the logistics services and supply chain sectors across the region.

On this occasion, Dr. Fadi Al-Buhairan, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, confirmed that SPL is committed to achieving the objectives of the national strategy for transport and logistics services, to make the Kingdom a global logistics platform.

In this context, it continues to digitize its postal and logistics services, through the latest applications of artificial intelligence.

On his part, Mr. Abdulaziz bin Abdul Karim Alkhereiji , Chairman of Alkhereiji Group said: "We are confident that this project will be seamless and increase the efficiency of operations to a higher level that aligns with SPL's future directions and will become the core for similar projects in the near future, God willing."

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