Tuesday, December 07, 2021


Cuba prioritizes delivery of parcels sent from abroad

Cuba prioritizes delivery of parcels sent from abroad

Havana, Oct 7 (Prensa Latina) Cuba's Prime Minister Manuel Marrero emphasized today the need to improve the delivery of parcels sent from abroad, and remarked the commitment to distribute the pending loads before October 20.
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In a meeting with the heads of the six agencies responsible for such activity in Cuba, the PM guided the highest authorities of the territories to prioritize that service in view of the concerns and claims of the population.

According to a television report, there are some 300,000 packages in the nation with over 30 days of delay in their reception by natural persons.

Therefore, Marrero indicated to the governors to extend in the short term the distribution services to all districts so that the loads arrive in the shortest possible time to their destination and do not accumulate again in Havana.

The leader also stressed the urgency of designing a development strategy for the area with a view to the future.

The meeting is part of the follow-up that the country’s management is carrying out on how the operating companies as freight forwarders distribute, and which are called upon to improve the level of organization and computerization of their work.


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