SUNBIZ

Post Fiji Launches E-commerce Online Platform

The Post Fiji e-Commerce platform will provide Fijians with the opportunity to purchase items available in any Post Fiji outlet around the country and the items will be delivered in real-time basis to customers.
11 Oct 2019 11:08
Post Fiji Launches E-commerce Online Platform
From left: Post Fiji chief executive officer Anirudha Bansod, Post Fiji board director Manjula Dayal, Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz-Sayed Khaiyum, Board Chairman Lawrence Tikaram and board director Fazrul Rahman during the launching of Post Fiji’s e-commerce online platform at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel on October 9. Photo: Laiseana Nasiga.

Businesses need to explore new opportunities and expand their horizons.

This was highlighted by the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum while officiating at the launch of the Post Fiji E-commerce platform at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on Wednesday evening.

The Post Fiji e-Commerce platform will provide Fijians with the opportunity to purchase items available in any Post Fiji outlet around the country and the items will be delivered in real-time basis to customers.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said the Government has provided a number of incentives to attract local and overseas investment that will boost the economy.

“Many of the government services are going online now.

“It streamlines processes, creates new opportunities and efficiencies.”

Commitment

Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz-Sayed Khaiyum, board directors and staff during the launch of the Post Fiji’s E-commerce online platform at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel on October 9, 2019. Photo: Laiseana Nasiga.

Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz-Sayed Khaiyum, board directors and staff during the launch of the Post Fiji’s E-commerce online platform at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel on October 9, 2019. Photo: Laiseana Nasiga.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum commended the management of Post Fiji for their commitment to contributing positively towards the growth of e-commerce in the country.

Post Fiji chief executive officer Anirudha Bansod said Post Fiji has come a long way from providing mailing services to now on an online platform.

“The postal and mail deliveries use to be a lifeline of so many people where love letters, greetings, parcel and money was part and parcel of Fiji residents.

“Today Post Fiji have various products and services like Postal mail, Smart mail, EMS parcel, Ad Post, Agency collection, Philatelic and post boxes,” said Mr Bansod.

He added that Post Fiji’s e-shop would engage in selling their own products and bring in local suppliers having diverse products and services portfolio.

“We believe that exports bring better revenue for the country and increase country of origin perspective in the global market.

“We encourage all Fijian made products and other importers in Fiji to engage with Post Fiji.

“Not only products, but we also encourage various services and consultants to board on Post Fiji e-shop, where they can vender various services to the international market,” added Mr Bansod.

“As we move forward, Post Fiji e-shop will updating the product and services profile which will be useful for domestic and international markets to get affordable and quality products,” he said.

Post Fiji is equipped with 58 post shops and 34 rural postal services around the country.

Feedbacklaiseana.nasiga@fijisun.com.fj

Fijisun E-edition
Advertise with fijisun
Subscribe-to-Newspaper
Fiji Sun Instagram
Fiji Plus
Subscribe-to-Newspaper
error: