ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Post on Monday launched ‘EMS Plus’ parcel export service for the entire world.
In a statement, Minister for Communication and Postal Services Murad Saeed said under this service, all consignments will be exported with full protection within seventy-two hours at low charges than private courier service providers.
The new service will allow nationals to post goods to 50 countries at affordable prices.
On Feb 22, Pakistan Post had signed an agreement with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to improve service postal offices across the country.
Under the agreement, Saeed said this initiative will promote exports, e-Commerce and online businesses in line with modern techniques for courier and parcel delivery services in the country.
While briefing the Senate on March 6, the minister had said: “Pakistan Post had increased the number of E-Sahulat franchises up to 15,000 across the country with the help of National Database Registration Authority.” Due to the radical steps, the revenue of the department has increased up to 212%, Saeed added.