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India Post is now pumping e-commerce blood in its management system by introducing one day delivery system & ATM service !!

We have recently discussed about the role of India Post in the booming ecommerce sector of India.
Read "Indian Post is now bathing in money because of Flipkart, snapdeal, Amazon".
ow India Post has took one step further to proclaim the ecommerce landscape for itself. The insights of the strategy by India Post states that it will be expanding itself more deep into the ecommerce system by providing error free and hassle free fast service. 


How will it happen?

 According to the officials, nearly 60 sites uses India Post for its delivery system. Mr. M.S. Ramanujan, Chief Post Master General, Karnataka Circle said :

“We will bring all 104 pincodes in Bengaluru under same-day delivery for bookings made up to 2.30 p.m. We have put in the infrastructure and technology. My boys are already doing deliveries up to 9 p.m. every day. It is a great time for e-commerce and we are excited as it is translating into a lot of revenue. It is a great time for e-commerce and we are excited as it is translating into a lot of revenue.”

To speed up the delivery process, it has taken Kempegowda International Airport as its target to regulate the parcels/deliveries. Around 2.5 Acres of land has been taken on lease for this purpose.

The exclusive ATM service

India Post to Install 3000 ATMs by September 2015

The statement is basically a reflection of projection of the growth of ecommerce which Indian Government have made. It is also been said that same day delivery will be introduced in Bengaluru hence making it the first city in India to have such service. Not just this, there will also be a service of Karnataka's first ever postal ATM. These portals would be present at the G.P.O. (General Post Office). Postal account holders will be having the ATM cards issued to them which would be empowering customers. Now that's an awesome customer care introduced by world's largest postal network i.e. India Post.