Pakistan Post launches ‘EMS Plus’: 73 hours export parcel service for small traders

Minister for Communications and Postal Services has vowed to revolutionise Pakistan Post, and it is safe to say he is doing an incredible job at it.

After announcing to introduce an application for Pakistan Post to keep pace with the fastly growing digital world, ‘EMS Plus’ has been introduced, giving private courier companies a lot awaited challenge. EMS Plus will enable small traders to deliver their consignment to international clients within 72 hours, that too at minimal rates.

Murad Saeed formally inaugurated the services at the Pakistan Post head office in a ceremony.  Director General of Pakistan Post Naseer Ahmed Khan, Secretary Postal Services Pir Baksh Khan Jamali and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Media Affairs Iftikhar Durrani were present on the occasion as well.


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Speaking on the ceremony, Murad Saeed said that Pakistan has found honest leadership under Imran Khan. Taking about the new service, Saeed added that it has been launched as a pilot project in Lahore, Sialkot and Faisalabad. Parcels up to 30 kilograms can be booked with this service and sent to six countries: Australia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Japan, United Kingdom, and Saudi Arabia. He added that the parcels will be used to designated destinations on the same day via air.

In the second phase, the number of countries being reached will be increased. The initial plan was to introduce services for the entire world, however, owing to some technical limitations, it has been introduced to six countries initially. Murad Saeed said that with these services, and many more to be offered, all will be done to revolutionise Pakistan Post a make it a profitable entity for the country.

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