ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Post on Monday started its ‘EMS Plus’ parcel export service.
According to Pakistan Post, under the ‘EMS Plus’ parcel export service, all consignments will be exported with full protection within seventy-two hours at lower charges than private courier service providers.
Pakistan Post is starting 'EMS Plus' parcel export service for the entire world from today. All consignments will be exported with full protection within seventy-two hours at low charges than private courier service providers. pic.twitter.com/9FTGMGFEDy
— Govt of Pakistan (@pid_gov) April 8, 2019
In January, Pakistan Post had launched the service for small traders to deliver their consignments in foreign countries within 72 hours.
Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed at the launch ceremony of the service had urged the business community to prefer the ‘EMS Plus’ as it would cost them almost 175per centt less than the amount charged by private courier firms.
The minister said Pakistan Post would soon offer its services for online shopping through its website as many multiple commodities had shown interest in selling their brands through it.