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Pos Malaysia to open more packing centres

13th July, 2018

SHAH ALAM: Pos Malaysia Bhd plans to open several more Integrated Packing Centres (IPCs) in the long term to meet the growing demand for its courier, express and packaging (CEP) services.

Its Group Chief Executive Officer, Al-Ishsal Ishak said the company was awaiting the outcome of its survey on potential e-commerce growth and flows in selected locations by the end of this month before deciding to build more IPCs.

“We may open IPC 3 and 4 at locations either in the Northern, Southern, or Sabah and Sarawak regions, depending on the outcome of the report,” he told reporters at the launch of the IPC capacity expansion project here on Thursday. At present, Pos Malaysia has an IPC in Shah Alam and will open another at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in the second quarter of 2019.

Al-Ishsal said Pos Malaysia was allocating RM60 million for an IPC, depending on its size and cost of its construction with an average capacity of between 150,000 and 200,000 items per day.

He said RM120 million was invested for IPCs in KLIA and Shah Alam, including the cost of adding capacity at IPC 1 in Shah Alam.

IPC is Pos Malaysia’s automated sorting facility – the first automated processing centre in Southeast Asia using the latest cross-belt equipment and technology. –Bernama

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