September 16, 2016

List of Trusted Couriers in the Philippines

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    Sending bulky packages and important files to anywhere in the world is becoming easier, faster, and somehow more affordable these days; this is because of the rise of courier companies and delivery services in the Philippines. Some of them have established faster operations today than in the past. The price varies on the weight and size of the package, and the location where it will be sent. Nowadays, delivery services are being patronized by online sellers in the country.

     Here’s a list of some trusted shipping companies that Filipinos usually go to send packages nationwide or abroad.

    lbc

    1. LBC

    Phone number: 02-8585-999 (Philippines – National Capital Region)

    Website: lbcexpress.com

    Facebook: facebook.com/LBCExpress

    2. GrabExpress

    Phone number: 02-8585-999 (Philippines – National Capital Region)

    Website: grab.com/ph

    Facebook: facebook.com/GrabPH

    2go

    3. 2GO Express

    Phone number: 02-779-9222 (Manila)

    Website: express.2go.com.ph

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/2goExpressInc

    Business hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm (Monday – Saturday)

    xend

    4. Xend Business Solutions

    Phone number: 02-660-9363

    Business hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (Monday – Saturday)

    Website: xend.com.ph

    Facebook: facebook.com/xendph

    jrs

    5. JRS Express

    Phone number: 02-631-7351

    Website: jrs-express.com

    Facebook: facebook.com/JRS.Express.OfficialFanPage

    dhl

    6. DHL Express

    Phone number: 02-811-7000

    Business Hours: 24-hours

    Website: dhl.com.ph

    Facebook: facebook.com/dhl/

    7. Ninja Van

    Phone number: 02-231-2177

    Website: ninjavan.co

    Email: support_ph@ninjavan.co

     

    8. Lalamove

    Source: transportcontracts0.jimdo.com, en.yelp.com.ph

                 
               
               
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