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Welcome to the Open Data portal of Saudi Post | SPL, where we champion the transparent and free exchange of data to drive innovation, empower entrepreneurship, and benefit all stakeholders. At Saudi Post | SPL, we are committed to supporting the ecosystem of researchers, entrepreneurs, and beneficiaries by providing access to a wealth of postal and logistical data.

Our open data initiative provides researchers with access to comprehensive datasets, researchers can conduct in-depth analyses to understand patterns, predict trends, and contribute valuable insights to the field. 

For entrepreneurs, the availability of open data from Saudi Post | SPL is a gateway to innovation. Startups and established businesses alike can leverage our datasets to develop new products and services that address real-world needs.

Our commitment extends beyond commercial and academic circles to include all beneficiaries of our services. By making our data openly available, we ensure that individuals, public, and private can have the information they need to make better-informed choices about their postal and logistical needs.


You can submit a request for open data using the following methods:

 Direct communication via the following email:

 You can also contact us directly by visiting the customer service page

 Response time: 5 business days


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The Saudi Post | SPL provides information and data on its website. By accessing and using this site, you agree to comply with the terms of use outlined below, which govern the website and the open data provided. Please be aware that these terms and conditions are subject to change or modification at any time without prior notice. Your use of this site is governed by the laws and jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia concerning all claims and disputes arising from its use.

The information and data provided on this platform, including the open data, are intended for general informational and statistical purposes only. While we make every effort to maintain and update the currency of the information, we do not make any representations or warranties, whether express or implied, regarding the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability of the website or its contents for any purpose. Therefore, any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk.


Terms of Use for Open Data: 

  • To ensure the optimal utilization of the open data available on our platform and in compliance with the policies set forth by the National Data Management Office, users must adhere to the following terms:
  • Accuracy and Attribution: Users must not misrepresent the open data or its source.
  • The Source: When using the data, it must be clearly indicated that the source is Saudi Post | SPL Open Data Portal.
  • Intellectual Property and Credibility: Users must respect the intellectual property rights of the data by indicating the source of reused information with a link to Saudi Post | SPL Open Data Portal . This helps preserve the credibility and accuracy of the data's source.
  • Proper Use: The open data provided should only be used in legitimate and educational activities. It must not be utilized in any irregular, discriminatory, defamatory, criminally inciting projects, or in any manner that goes against the customs and traditions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, promotes racism or discrimination, or negatively influences culture or equality.
  • By using this website and the open data provided, you agree to these terms and conditions



Demand and Usage Studies:

Usage patterns of different postal services (like express mail or parcel delivery) can be studied to understand consumer behavior and predict future trends in logistics and communication.

Urban Planning and Infrastructure:

The dataset can assist in urban planning research by integrating postal service availability into broader studies of infrastructure needs, community accessibility, and development planning.

Market Analysis and Expansion Planning:

Companies can analyze service types and branch locations to plan their market entry or expansion strategies, aligning their offerings with consumer needs identified through postal service data.

Business Opportunity Identification:

Entrepreneurs can identify underserved areas or service types from the dataset to develop new business models, such as localized courier services, last-mile delivery solutions, or postal technology startups.

Academic Research

Academics can utilize this data in various research projects, such as studying the correlation between economic development and the availability of postal services. Such studies can provide insights into how postal access influences business growth and community development.