Most major international couriers offer their services in the Philippines. While the services of international carriers are not commonly used for domestic transport of mails and parcels, they are the carriers of choice for many international companies and organizations as well as for Megacitizens sending goods and postcards to their loved ones.
PhilPost is the government-owned national postal service. You can find the nearest office via the company's homepage. Just walk into the establishment and tell the person at the counter where you would like to send whatever you are holding in your hand. PhilPost is good for the delivery of national mail or international mail and postcards. However, for important documents as well as parcels, you might want to look for an alternative among the global players.
Do you need to send your grandparents a postcard from Manila? Do you have to send an important document abroad? Find out more about logistics solutions in the Megacity.
LBC is one of the two viable options for sending parcels from the Megacity to other parts of the country. Just go to any LBC branch and hand over your parcel. You can also insure your parcel there.
2GO is the other domestic option for sending parcels and more from the Megacity to other parts of the county. They also offer larger cargos such as parts or full container loads. If you want to send large amounts of materials, 2GO might be your choice in the Philippines.
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