Pakistan Post is a state-owned enterprise responsible for the provision of postal services and uniting a huge country with a large population. The main office is located in Islamabad. The company was founded in 1947, from the same year Pakistan became a member of the Universal Postal Union.
Pakistan Post consists of a network of 13,400 post offices, 76 core (GPO), 48 district (DMO), and three sorting centers. It provides services for individuals and for businesses. It is one of the largest employers in Pakistan with over 49,500 employees.
Pakistan Post provides postal products and government services to meet both the personal and business needs of various sectors of society. This traditional service is at the heart of the Pakistan Post business.
Key mail features:
delivery in Pakistan,
issue of stamps.
Parcels weighing up to 31,5 kg can be sent from the Russian Federation to Pakistan by mail. Up to 20 kg - by postal services: regular or expedited dispatch, up to 31,5 kg - by express delivery by EMS. The package travel time is from two weeks to two months, depending on the chosen tariff.