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Wednesday March 13, 2013
By NIK NAIZI HUSIN email@example.com
PEKAN: PosLaju, which earned RM240mil in income last year, is optimistic of increasing it to RM300mil this year, said chief operation officer Nor Azizan Tarja.
He said this was because its services were widely preferred in the country, adding that there would be new products to be launched soon to help achieve the target.
“Last year, the PosLaju group achieved RM240mil in income and if plans go on smoothly, the RM300mil target will be easier to achieve.”
Nor Azizan said this after the official opening of PosLaju branch office here by Pos Malaysia Bhd group chief operation officer Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh.
“Last year too, we launched the “on-demand pick-up” (ODP) which was proven successful in generating business.
“The ODP service provides easier access for our customers to send their parcels without having to go to the post office, as we can pick the parcels at their houses after receiving calls or orders from them,” he said.
Nor Azizan said similar services would be offered in Sarawak and Sarawak soon.
He said the company also provided prepaid courier services to operators of online businesses.
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