Pakistan Post starts worldwide 'EMS Plus' parcel export service

10:49 AM | 8 Apr, 2019
Pakistan Post starts worldwide 'EMS Plus' parcel export service
ISLAMABAD – Today Pakistan Post is starting its 'EMS Plus' parcel export service, which allows nationals to post goods to the entire world at affordable prices.

In a statement, Minister for Communication and Postal Services Murad Saeed said under this service, all consignments will be exported with full protection within 72 hours at low charges than private courier service providers.

The federal minister revealed that the state enterprise was expanding the service across the globe after its successful operation in the seven countries.

Saeed said that the parcel delivery charges would be significantly lesser than other private courier companies. He announced that the service at Pakistan Post franchises across the countries will be activated in collaboration with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).

NADRA and Pakistan Post had signed an agreement to improve service postal offices across the country on February 22.

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The latest launch will promote exports, e-commerce and online businesses in line with modern techniques for courier and parcel delivery services in the country, according to the minister.

He expressed the hope that the number of franchises is likely to be increased more than 15,000 within the next few months after the improvements and developments being brought in the state entity.