Pakistan Post Starts ‘EMS Plus’ Parcel Export Service

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan Post is starting ‘EMS Plus’ Parcel Export Service for 50 Countries around the World including the United States from Monday (April 8, 2019).

In a statement, the Minister for Communication and Postal Services Murad Saeed said that under the ‘EMS Plus’ Parcel Export Service, all consignments will be exported with full protection within 72 hours at low charges than private courier service providers.

Murad Saeed said that Pakistan Post was facing a Rs 52 billion deficit when their government was formed; however, he added, the state institution has all the potential to overcome it.

The minister said that they plan to establish 15,000 Pakistan Post Franchises across the Country in collaboration with NADRA.

Since Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) took over the realms of the Country in August 2018, multiple facilities including EMO, E-Commerce, Parcel Live Tracking Mobil App and UMS have been introduced in Pakistan Post.

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