Pakistan Post’s new e-commerce initiative plans to transform the Postal Office into a profitable organization, and capture a large portion of e-Commerce Deliveries in the country.

The Ministry of Communications and Postal Services, led by Murad Saeed, unveiled several new initiatives in response to the growing e-commerce market in the country to enhance the financial services of the department and meet the modern needs of its customers, the Pakistani official as reported by APP. Murad Saeed said:

Pakistan Post provides e-commerce services with a variety of options including delivery partner, post office selling, collection, return and partner sharing service. Pakistan Post is also providing cost-effective cash on delivery services to its shipping partners at regular and subsidized rates to the user.

He said Pakistan Post has plans to offer partnerships with interested e-commerce partners by selling their products through postal counters, providing brochures or using tabloids to place orders on the Pakistan Post online store.

“Co-branded partner allows partner products to be displayed in the Pak Post Shop with specific or customized products for sale in the Pak Post Shop,” he added.

The official said that many Global e-Commerce portals have shown an interest in entering the Pakistani market with the Pakistan Post as their shipping partner.

E-commerce in Pakistan is growing rapidly, with annual volumes above Rs.100 billion.

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