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Post Offices All Over Indonesia Will be Open 24 Hours Without Holidays

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PT Pos Indonesia expands service operating hours by remaining open on Saturdays and Sundays, starting in early June 2021,

This service will be valid at all Post Offices throughout Indonesia.

“Starting this June, we are open seven days a week, 24 hours a day. There are no holidays, either for Saturdays and Sundays or red dates,” said Director of the Post Indonesia Courier and Logistics Business, Siti Choiriana.

Currently, Pos Indonesia has more than 4.000 offices and 28.000 agents spread throughout Indonesia.

In urban areas, Pos Indonesia has an O-Ranger, to serve the ball pick-up service quickly.

“We make sure our service is not interrupted on holidays or red dates. We hope that people will enjoy using our services,” explained Siti Choiriana.

Anna explained, currently, e-commerce trade is growing quite rapidly, along with the many marketplace platforms and trading via social media.

E-commerce transactions occur without time limits.

Along with this trend, logistics and courier service providers are spearheading the smooth running of this digital ecosystem.

“We realized that shipments of goods increased greatly on Saturday and Sunday. We understand the need for this shipment is very large, including customer demands, so we try to serve the demands of the community,” said Siti Choiriana.

In the e-commerce ecosystem, sellers and consumers both want fast service without interruptions.

This optimization is the focus of Pos Indonesia so that shipments of goods from sellers to buyers reach their destination quickly.

photo by Maulana Surya

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