German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler, who recently made use of the newly revamped Pakistan Post to send his family in Berlin a parcel, took to Twitter to share that the parcel arrived in just seven days.
This comes as a positive development as the national post carrier has caught flak in the past for delayed and failed international mail deliveries.
“Remember that I sent a gift to my family in Berlin with unregistered mail for just Rs200? [I am] enthusiastic that it arrived just in seven days!”
“Amazing, reliable service”, he lauded.
Remember i sent a gift to my family in Berlin with unregistered mail for just 200pkr?
Enthusiastic, that it arrived just in 7 days!
AMAZING, RELIABLE SERVICE!!@MuradSaeedPTI@ImranKhanPTI@pid_gov @fawadchaudhry pic.twitter.com/eHKid0bqrN
— Martin Kobler (@KoblerinPAK) January 28, 2019
On December 29, Murad Saeed had launched an app to track parcels. He had remarked that e-commerce, logistic service, and tracking service would revolutionise the entire system. The RFID stickers for tracking of parcels will only cost Rs 9.
On November 13, the government had launched the same-day delivery service for 25 cities to revamp Pakistan Post.
The German envoy regularly shares his adventures in Pakistan on Twitter and engages with his followers, many of them based in Pakistan.