The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) has announced the launch of a Tamween card delivery service (ration card) to citizens via Qatar Postal Services Company (Qatar Post), thus making it possible to obtain a Tamween card without having to visit the Ministry’s Department of Supply and Strategic Inventory. This initiative comes as part of the Ministry’s efforts to develop services for citizens and to facilitate procedures.
The Ministry also clarified that this service is optional, and its fees are estimated at QR30, with the possibility of paying the ration card issuance fees of QR50, through the Tamween e-services program on the Ministry’s website, in the event of applying for a new Tamween card or requesting a replacement for a lost or damaged one.
When requesting delivery of the Tamween card by post, the citizen benefiting from the service can pay using a debit or credit card via the Tamween e-services program on the Ministry’s website, the Ministry indicated. If the beneficiary fails to receive the card, it shall be returned to the relevant Ministry department.
MOCI pointed out that the request to deliver the ration card to citizens by mail is optional, as the card can be received from the concerned Ministry’s department, the Ministry confirmed.