ISLAMABAD, Jul 13 :Pakistan Post with the collaboration of Ministry of commerce would inaugurate around nine Amazon facilitation centres in major cities for collecting the sellers’ products and delivering them to airports in a timely manner.
Pakistan Post Director General (DG) Khalid Javed, in an interview with private news channel, said on Tuesday that after South Punjab’s first Amazon Fulfillment and Facilitation Center (AFFC), which would be inaugurated in Multan after Eid-ul-Azha, Pakistan Post would expand its network in nine other cities including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Karachi, Sialkot, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta and Gujranwala.
He said that Pakistan Post on the strict directives of President of Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan had made quality arrangements for collecting the products from sellers’ doorsteps and delivering them to the Amazon’s warehouses.
DG Post said that Pakistan Post was closely working with the Ministry of Commerce to create an enabling environment for e-commerce industry.
DG Post said government was fully focused on e-commerce to move forward towards ‘digital Pakistan’ and promote knowledge economy through a Digital Pakistan Policy to facilitate growth of Pakistan’s e-commerce industry.
He said PTI government was taking practical measures for the betterment of Pakistan Post and after Amazon centers in Pakistan the trust of people will further rebuild towards Pakistan Post.