Pakistan Post Starts E-Commerce Service

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed has said that Pakistan Post is on the road to restore and regain its lost glory as the premium Federal Public Service Organization by taking progressive initiatives such as E-Commerce to meet the rising expectations of the digital consumers and customers of the day.

During a Launching Ceremony of E-Commerce initiative by Pakistan Post in Islamabad on Saturday, the minister said that the ever changing and rising expectations of the customers in the digitalized global market of the day is a huge challenge.

Murad Saeed said that this initiative of E-Commerce will create a win-win opportunity for the Postal Services of Pakistan in the flourishing E-Commerce market of today. He further said that it is true that the decreasing trend in letter mail globally has threatened the traditional postal services but the flourishing parcel mail market in shape of E-Commerce has opened great vistas for postal sector across the globe.

The federal minister said that to improve its financial health and to make it a commercially viable entity and profitable institution, we are capitalizing on the strength of Pakistan Post by utilizing its countless foot print, wide and best delivery network and its round the clock cash remittance service.

The minister said that in the first phase a full-fledged web portal i.e. Web Post Shop will be developed which will help making Pakistan Post a hub of commercial activities and a robust platform for collaborating with the players in the E-Commerce market.

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