PRESS RELEASE: PHLPost opens new Postal Station near Mamasapano
September 17, 2015
The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) has recently inaugurated its new Postal Station near the municipality of Mamasapano in Maguindanao as part of its goal to expand its postal network to serve more Filipino clients.
“We are continuing to expand our network of postal stations in the country, so we can reach more Filipinos who want to send their letters and parcels, particularly in the rural areas, “ Postmaster General and CEO Josefina dela Cruz stated.
Located in the municipality of Datu Abdullah Sangki (DAS), the said newly opened postal station located at the municipal hall compound, National Highway in Barangay Talisawa and is operated by the local government unit of the municipality of DAS.
Residents of nearby towns of Rajah Buayan, Sultan Sa Barongis, and even Mamasapano can now avail of PHLPost services such as domestic and international postage, postal money order, and postage stamps, among others.
The opening of the new postal station was graced by the Datu Abdullah Sangki Mayor Bai Mariam S. Mangudadatu, DAS Association of Barangay Captain (ABC) President Edris Sangki, and Atty. Jorlito Pingal, PHLPost Representative.
The postal station in DAS is the latest addition to the 70 postal stations and more than a thousand postal offices in the country.
Postal Station is a PHLPost-authorized facility established and operated wholly or in part by a person, entity or local government unit for the purpose of performing postal business and sale of any other related products and services.
With a minimum investment of P15,000-P20,000, an LGU or any private citizen can venture into the postal business with the PHLPost.