Thailand Post plans to introduce four new services this year to support its move to a more digital postal organization, reports The Nation.
The four new services are:
- Prompt Post is designed to cut queuing time, is a pre-registration application in which people use a ready-to-send box before accessing post offices nationwide.It also has a pre-load application that allows customers to pre-register from their homes, automated post machines and automated deposit machines – the first one will be located at Suvarnabhumi airport.
- Messenger Post is an express delivery messenger and pick-up service for delivery nationwide. The service will allow postmen to collect products at home and at organizations.
- THP card is an e-money service applicabale for Thailand Post products and service fees.Thailand Post also plans to develop the THP card into an e-wallet for Thailand Post fee payments. It will also team up with Cambodia Post to provide a cross-border delivery service for Cambodian customers who make online purchases from Big C stores online.
- Cross-border delivery services
Satit Pittarat, Chairman of Thailand Post says “Thailand needs to adapt to the changing times by improving all its system, including services and investmen.t”
The enhancement would be developed under three key concepts, standardization, modernization and satisfaction to respond to the government’s “Thailand 4.0” initiative. Thailand Post has targeted revenue growth of 22.6% to 24 billion THB this year with a net profit of 3 billion THB.
Thailand Post also plans to renovate 1,300 of its counters by the end of this year.
A version of this appeared in The Nation on August 19. Read the full version here.