Pakistan’s first ever Logistics Policy to be finalized soon: Murad Saeed

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federal Minister for Communications Murad Saeed has said that the Country’s first ever Logistics Policy is being formulated to streamline the postal services sector, and it will be finalized in one or two months’ time.

While addressing a ceremony held in connection with the World Post Day in Islamabad on Wednesday, Murad Saeed said that a number of measures taken by the incumbent government have improved Pakistan Post and other departments under the Communication Ministry.

It’s worth noting that World Post Day is being observed today under the theme “Innovation, Integration and Inclusion” to highlight importance of Post’s role.

Murad Saeed said that the Urgent Mail Service has been started across the Country and Pakistan Post has also started Pick and Deliver service.

The minister said that steps are also being taken to provide facilitation to persons and entities associated with e-commerce.

The minister for communications said that the ministry is pursuing an open policy and has received 1,97,000 complaints and suggestions to improve the working of various departments of the ministry. He said that after achieving the target of overcoming the loss, Pakistan Post will be rebranded into a modern organization.

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