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India Post sign agreement with Canada Post to introduce International Tracked Packet Service

new Delhi: India Post recently entered into an agreement with Canada Post to introduce International Tracked Packet Service (ITPS) between the two countries to facilitate e-commerce exports. The service will be operational with effect from July 01, 2023 as notified by the Department of Posts in the Gazette of India dated June 28, 2023. The […]

Edited By : Aditya Singh | Updated: Jul 1, 2023 17:28 IST
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new Delhi: India Post recently entered into an agreement with Canada Post to introduce International Tracked Packet Service (ITPS) between the two countries to facilitate e-commerce exports. The service will be operational with effect from July 01, 2023 as notified by the Department of Posts in the Gazette of India dated June 28, 2023.

The ITPS is a competitive service for transmission and delivery of packets and has been designed to meet the cross-border shipping requirements of e-commerce exporter including MSMEs, small businesses, merchants, etc to promote exports of their products using local post offices. India Post already provides this service with 38 partner countries and Canada will be the 39th. The service was extended from 16 countries to 38 countries by adding 22 new partners including Britain, France, UAE, Egypt, Oman, etc. from June 01, 2023. The details of countries with ITPS service along with tariffs are available on https://www.indiapost.gov.in/MBE/Pages/Content/International-Tracked-Packet-.aspx.

The ITPS rates are kept very economical in comparison to International EMS (Speed Post) and other market products. The postage for first 50 gms would be Rs 400 and Rs 35 for every additional 50 gms. This will provide an affordable shipping solution upto 2 kg to exporters along with the pick-up and volume-based discount to contractual customers.

First published on: Jun 30, 2023 05:24 PM IST

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