Jordan Post Company's new services

Jordan Post Company (JPC) is set to introduce a host of new products to attract more customers, including receiving payments of utility bills, and handling tax transactions. JPC, which was established earlier in 2002 as a shareholding company to replace the Ministry of Post, will also introduce e-mail services in some centres. JPC will operate as a new entity on January 1 with a capital of JD14 million, with 150 vehicles and 2,300 clerks in 434 post offices.

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