Monday, October 25, 2021

Pakistan post jumps five places up with 62 rank

As shown in a survey released on Tuesday by the Universal Postal Association, the global association of postal services, Pakistan Post has risen five places in the international rankings, from 67 to 62.

The Universal Postal Union (UPU), a global association of postal services, has issued its 2021 rankings of 168 countries with postal services.

According to a media press release, Pakistan Post has increased its international standing by 32 places in the last three years, from 94 to 62. Pakistan Post, on the other hand, was ranked 92nd in 2018.

The UPU Report looked at the state of postal advancement in 2021, based on the Integrated Index for Postal Development (2IPD), which rates 168 countries on four components: dependability, reach, usefulness, and resilience.

The most important conclusion was that the logistical constraints that occurred in 2020 had a significant impact on postal operations, with average domestic delivery times increasing by 13% in 2020 compared to 2019, before reverting to pre-crisis levels in 2021.

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