Pakistan Post Starts 12 Hour Guaranteed Delivery Service

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts to revamp Pakistan Post have yielded fruits as the national courier department has introduced rapid mailing system in the country.

With this Same Day mailing system, you can send parcels across the country within just one day.

As per government’s announcement, an article posted before 1 pm, will be delivered before 12 am same night.

The government has also started the Electronic Money Order system which will make sure the quick transactions of money throughout the country.

As per sources, the EMO will allow customers to send as much as Rs50,000 within one day anywhere in Pakistan.

Sources suggest that the One Day Delivery System will be initiated in 25 and the Electronic Money Order system in 80 cities the first phase, both services will eventually be expanded across the country.

State Minister Murad Saeed along with the officials from the Ministry for Postal Services is likely to make a formal announcement any time today.

This service, if goes well, would be revolutionary for the loss-making Pakistan Post. As a large portion of the Pakistani population is unfamiliar with internet banking services or prefers to use cash as a medium, electronic payment draft transfer could be the solution for people looking to send money to their loved ones in remote areas of the country.

Via: ARY News


  • shaitan

    EMO charges are very high. It doesn’t cost them any more to move 50k than to move Rs. 500. It should be just a flat charge.

    • Saleem

      Easypaisa charges are much high. Rs 1300 fee for Rs 50000 transfer.

  • Murad Saeed should only work on Pakistan Post and Customs in 5 years. If he is able to correct these things in his tenure – Single Pakistan Post will be enough to take him new heights.

  • THIS.

    In all other countries, state’s Postal Companies have always offered the best services against it’s competitors. Not in Pakistan. NOW, i see Pakistan Post going for growth and better quality of service.

    • Kashif Nawaz

      Not in All countries, In Saudi Arabia, Saudi Post service is some times worst then Pakistan Post. I ordered from Ali Express several times and they sent parcel from China to Saudia within 5 days now within Saudia it took 25 to 35 days to deliver, and once my parcel lost some where, thankfully I got a refund from Ali Express. Also note that I had a paid subscription of Saudi Post.

      • That’s actually the problem of Customs, not the post. It’s the same story in UAE, except here i simply visit them personally and ofcourse have to do some effort to solve the issue. (The system is too systematic, which is great, but takes too much time – but i understand because this is done to give all visitors equal time. Here you have to take a separate ticket to visit Customs counter and then back to Postal Service counter.)

        So, i such scenarios, You have to go personally to the nearest postal office to check and if the parcel is not being found, just lodge a complaint. Mostly they are cooperative and do help you.

        But yes i agree that exceptions are there. Even in US it’s not free from errors. Fortunately, i haven’t lost any parcel but sometimes it takes a lot of time to arrive.

        A word of advice, use Aramex’s Shop&Ship instead. This will eliminate the Customs hassle for you and the package will arrive directly at your doorstep. For bigger packages it’ll be cheaper than using Postal services, and will also reduce the delay. For other packages, you may have to pay more than the postal service, but it’ll still be better because you won’t have to deal with customs. (Check SnS’s shopping restrictions first, i.e. there are some banned items from specific countries which you can’t bring, like batteries from China.)

  • THIS.

    In all other countries, state’s Postal Companies have always offered the best services against it’s competitors. Not in Pakistan. NOW, i see Pakistan Post going for growth and better quality of service.

  • Side note, companies advertising motorcycles on their services offered should AT LEAST show Helmet, either on the bike (if it’s shown standstill), or the rider wearing them (unlike in the pamphlet above). Consider it a “Social Service (CSR)” by these corporations.

  • Side note, companies advertising motorcycles on their services offered should AT LEAST show Helmet, either on the bike (if it’s shown standstill), or the rider wearing them (unlike in the pamphlet above). Consider it a “Social Service (CSR)” by these corporations.

  • Carl

    great success for Pakistan Post if they deliver what they commit.

  • Omar

    To be fair, PakPost’s same day delivery started long before PTI’s government.
    Mr.Rizvi should’ve done his research before giving the credit to P.M Khan.