As industry developed in Pakistan, and more raw materials and other products were to be dispatched nationwide, the need for a courier service grew, and Leopards found itself fulfilling a bigger need-helping local industry grow. As a result of this business growth, Leopards has now expanded to over 1036 destinations for general clients (express centers). At each of these express centers, Leopards employees have been trained and placed to help clients find services that best fulfill their needs. Currently, we employ over 3000 couriers and 1000 express center employees.
These destinations are fed and controlled by 164 Major Hubs located throughout Pakistan, where courier is sorted and dispatched for nationwide destinations. As a result, we have the largest nationwide network in terms of destinations, reaching Pakistani remote areas that no other courier service reaches, through both ground and air transport.
The distribution network is designed in such a way so that mail from all over Pakistan is distributed the very next day except for few areas/stations mentioned in our Station List, where local underdevelopment of resources has not made this possible, and where many courier services do not offer delivery. However, our dream is to connect all Pakistanis together, whether they live in underdeveloped villages or large metropolitan cities, and we deliver everywhere.
Overtime, Leopards has added various products and services as a mode of convenience for clients, including overland trucking for cheaper delivery of non-urgent products, Leopards flyer for documents and other official documents that are delivered sealed, Yellow-box services, international delivery services, the Economy service offering cheaper rates for a slightly delayed delivery, and the Leopards Loveline gift service.
The Leopards Team is always when it comes to solving logistic and courier issues with new products, and continue to come up with new and innovative products, which help our company and employees grow.
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