India Post: Business Meet to Provide Logistic Solutions for Speedy Delivery of Parcels and Cargo!


Maharashtra Postal Circle has today organized ‘Business Meet-2022’ in Mumbai with a view to announce the Circle’s new initiatives to its bulk customers in providing logistic solutions for the speedy delivery of parcels and cargo services. This Meet is a part of the National Postal Week-2022 being celebrated from 9th to 13th October with various daily activities wherein October 12 has been marked as the ‘Mails and Parcel Day’. The highlight of this Business Meet has been the presentation of the new initiatives in the presence of India Post’s major stakeholders from Mumbai and Navi Mumbai as regards the parcels and cargo services.

 

Amitabh Singh, Postmaster General (Mails & Business Development), made the presentation regarding the new initiatives taken up by the Department of Posts and apprised the Customers of the planned Logistic Post and Express Cargo Service revamp.

 

During the interactive session that followed discussions were held for ensuring better and speedy delivery performance, and also exploring new routes for the first-of-its-kind Rail Post Gati Shakti Project which had been initiated by the Western Railway in collaboration with India Post in Gujarat and Maharashtra earlier this year. Ganesh Sawaleshwarkar, Postmaster General, Navi Mumbai Region, made a very important point by emphasizing upon the need of better co-ordination between the Department of Posts and the Customs for speedy clearance of parcels at airports. If this objective is realized, this is bound to ease the woes of the concerned in near future.

 

More than top fifty stakeholders for Maharashtra Postal Circle from Mumbai and Navi Mumbai Region including the Election Commission, the Regional Passport office, Banking Institutions and other logistic providers, dealing in both Parcels and International mails, attended the meet. Pharmaceutical companies and Engineering product manufactures showed keen interest in the new Logistics solutions provided by the Department of Posts in co-ordination with the Indian Railways. 

 

Veena Srinivas, Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle, presided over the Business Meet. Shrikant Deshpande, Chief Electoral officer of Maharashtra State and Dr. Rajesh Gawande, Regional Passport officer were also present on the occasion.

 

A special Diwali Greeting card was released on the occasion which will be available for sale to all citizens through selected Post offices in Maharashtra & Goa.

 

(Courtesy: Department of Posts, Maharashtra Circle.)

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