To facilitate seamless and reliable online transactions over e-commerce platforms, as well as hasten and help bring down the cost of the movement of goods from ports and warehouses to wet markets, the DICT regulates private express and delivery service providers according to the provisions of Presidential Decree (PD) No. 240 and Republic Act (RA) No. 7354.
In the first hundred days of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos, Jr., the DICT has been able to process and evaluate twelve (12) new applications for authority to operate as a personal express and/or messengerial delivery service. Once these pass, they will join the current roster of one hundred nineteen (119) authorized delivery service providers, making the industry more competitive and providing better service to consumers.
The DICT, together with other government agencies, are pleased to present the First 100 Days’ accomplishments of President Ferdinand “BongBong” R. Marcos Jr.’s Administration under the banner “PagkakaISANDAAN: 100 days of Unity”.
For more information on DICT’s accomplishments on the First 100 days of the Marcos Jr. administration, please visit our official social media pages and website.