Royal Commission in Jubail completed its plan to meet Eid Al-Adha sacrifices for the year 1439H, where the area of slaughterhouses and sheep’s pens in the city are ready to ensure the availability of all necessary requirements for the provision of the service. A website (odhiyah) is also ready to allow the beneficiaries to book the dates of delivery and receipt of
Three slaughterhouses are available for delviery and collection of sacrifices from the 9th of Dhu al-Hijjah and they will begin immediately after Eid prayer, with eight workers in each slaughterhouse. beneficiaries can pay through the SADAD service where an electronic message of appointment information is sent to the beneficiary.
Eng. Ahmed Bin Slaiman Al-Harkan, Director of the Property Department, said that booking of dates is done simply and smoothly through the website "Odhiyah". The beneficiary selects the suitable time, the available slaughterhouse, fill out necessary information, then accept the conditions and instructions, and pay the fees. After that, the beneficiary comes to the slaughterhouse at the scheduled time and delivers the sacrifice to the slaughterhouse along with the delivery ticket. In addition, he can park the car in the designated parking area and wait at the waiting area until the ticket number appears on the screen. Then, the beneficiary collects his sacrifice easily.
Booking will begin at 9:00 am on the 29th of Dhu Al-Qidah 1439H according to Umm Al-Qura calendar, until all tickets run out according to the capacity of the slaughterhouse.
The Royal Commission’s sacrifice online booking application is the first of its kind in the Kingdom that solves the issue of overcrowding upon the delivery and collection of sacrifices. The Royal Commission in Jubail has provided the qualified employees to implement and follow up its application and ensure the smooth service in Jubail Industrial City where a team of veterinarians examine the sacrifices before entering the slaughterhouse to ascertain their readiness for slaughtering and are free of the common diseases.
It is noteworthy that the Royal Commission in Jubail provided "meat refrigerators" at the parking lots when a person wish to donate his sacrifice for the charitable societies..