International Courier & Cargo Service For Pakistan

Pakistan has a vast and diverse population of more than 212.2 million people. With the addition of motorways, new national highways have been constructed in recent years, enhancing national trade and logistics. Pakistan Railways' rail network in Pakistan is also expanding in recent years. Foreign and domestic funding has been used to construct seaports and airports.
In modern-day Pakistan, transportation has been around since the Indus Valley civilization.

In the 16th century, Sher Shah Suri ordered the construction of a major road known as the Grand Trunk Road, which was utilized both during the Suri and Mughal eras. Along the road, mosques and temples were constructed and trees were planted. Travelers could stay the night in caravanserais.

During the British Raj, airlines and railways were developed. In Pakistan, construction of the first railways began in 1885.