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Pos Malaysia Resumes International Express Service To 46 More Countries Starting 23 April


Source: Berita Harian & Borneo Today

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Pos Malaysia Berhad has announced that they are resuming their International Express Service to 46 more destinations.

In a statement released on 21 April, they announced that operations to these 46 international destinations will begin today (23 April).

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“The service will be available for international documents and merchandise with a temporary additional surcharge imposed, to accommodate the increase in commercial airfreight cost, and as part of the necessary air network adjustments during the pandemic,” the statement said.

“Customers may also opt to use our premium AirXpress service for deliveries to more than 200 countries worldwide.”

“Our AsiaXpress service is available across selected post offices and Pos Laju outlets nationwide.”

Here’s the list of countries:

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Prior to this, Pos Malaysia announced that they had resumed operations to selected international destinations beginning 1 March 2021, namely, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.

This means that their International Express Service is now available to 56 countries in total.

For more information, visit www.pos.com.my. For enquiries, reach out to Pos Laju Malaysia via AskPos.


Also read: Sending Items Using Pos Laju Just Became So Much Easier With Their e-Consignment Notes!

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