Pakistan Post abolishes stamps requirement for foreign letters

Sandra Loyd

Pakistan Post has actually eliminated making use of postage stamps on foreign letters besides authorizing brand-new rates for the letters and parcels.

According to an alert provided by the PPO on Friday, the Pakistan Postal Provider Management Board in its conference chose to stop the use of postage stamps on foreign letters and likewise authorized the brand-new rates.

The board conference exposed that receivers have actually been grumbling about paying additional money for the stamps “missing” on theletters From now onwards, the foreign postal letters would just bear a seal of the PPO.

Likewise, the PPO has actually repaired the brand-new rates for foreign postal letters.

The countries around the world are divided into 3 classifications for publishing letters and the weight of the first piece has actually been increased from 20 grams to 50 grams.

For the Zone A countries, consisting of China, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Qatar, the UK, Japan, Qatar, Morocco, Jordan, Korea, Afghanistan, India, France, Germany, Rs200 will be charged for approximately 50 grams. For Zone B countries, consisting of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Rs270 will be charged while for Zone C countries like Romania, Tunis, Tanzania Uganda and others, Rs280 will be charged.

Rates for pieces of 100 g, 250 g, 500 g, 1kg, one-and-a-half kgs and 2kg are likewise presented.

The optimum weight limitation for signed up letters is restricted to 1 kg

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