Written by Neil King
Dubai property investment may be buoyed by the recent news that a new partnership has been created to boost the region's mail services.
As part of an agreement between Emirates Post (EP) and Dubai Quality Group (DQG), the former will benefit from initiatives designed to improve quality levels and expand its operations.
This will also involve the national offices of EP - which number over 100 - and will see the organisation named as an Investor Partner of DQG.
Osama Al Rahma, vice-chairman of the later group, explained the deal would be particularly useful in establishing high-quality consultancy and information services in the emirate.
He went on to say that this would be the case across EP's postal and non-postal operations and would lead to a strengthened position for all involved.
Salem Al Shaya, EP's deputy executive director, added: "We … believe that the shortest path to success and excellence at all levels is achieving the highest standards of quality."
Earlier this year, the group issued a set of commemorative stamps designed to mark 50 years since the Umm an-Nar civilization was discovered.