Amazon to start registering Pakistani companies: ISLAMABAD: Advisor to the Prime Minister on Commerce Abdul Razaq Dawood claimed e-commerce major Amazon.com will certainly start registering Pakistani companies soon.
Dealing with a press conference alongside Information Preacher Fawad Chaudhry today, he said: “It is a huge chance. Yet there are challenges as logistics firms will need to function efficiently as well as effectively to ensure items are supplied in a prompt way.”
” Secondly, we are working with quality control and also standardization,” Dawood maintained.
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Logistics companies have an opportunity to scale up their organizations as well as develop worldwide partnerships for reliable shipment, he claimed. Pakistan Post is likewise preparing itself for parcel distributions, he included.
On Thursday, the PM’s aide tweeted: “
” We have lastly made it. @amazon will certainly be adding Pakistan its Vendors’ Checklist within a few days. We have been involved with Amazon.com considering that in 2014 and currently it’s taking place. It is a terrific opportunity for our youth, SMEs as well as women entrepreneurs,” he composed on Twitter.”
” An important milestone of e-Commerce plan achieved has been via team effort by lots of people across the globe.”