LBC Hari ng PadalaMANILA — LBC Express, the leading courier service provider in the Philippines, is now offering more services as it reinforces its commitment to serve Filipinos who want to connect with their loved ones worldwide.

With branches and partners in Australia, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Germany, Guam, Hong Kong, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, the Philippines, Qatar, Saipan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, LBC offers three key services that make life easier for customers – namely, bills payment, money transfer and cargo delivery.

At the forefront of these services are convenience, accessibility and affordability — concepts which LBC uses to move Filipinos from all over the world close to each other. “With over 50 years of experience in the cargo delivery business, we have been servicing Filipinos with top-of-the-line offers that make sending and receiving love easier and faster,” said Javier C. Mantecon, chief marketing officer of LBC.

“With LBC Express, your packages don’t just get sent; these are also handed to your loved ones with utmost care and protection through LBC’s Express Delivery. Choose from a variety of customized packaging offers and have your items sent on time,” Mantecon said.

For big, heavy or multiple items, durable boxes are used for the perfect go-to delivery service, he said. “If you need to send important documents and items but you’re worried about their security? Worry no more. LBC can deliver your documents such as birth and marriage certificates to destinations anywhere in the Philippines and abroad,” he assured customers.

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Mantecon said that LBC can also ship passports, cell phones, gadgets and other similar items. To send goods for business to anywhere in the Philippines, LBC’s air and sea cargo services ensure efficient and reliable delivery.

Customers can save time by choosing from a wide array of money transfer services that “let you send and receive money when you need it the most. It can be sent right at your doorstep through LBC’s door-to-door delivery through an unmatched network of over 2,500 on-foot couriers,” the LBC executive said.

“You can skip the extra steps in sending money through LBC’s remit-to-account service with which you can send money straight to a specific bank account. No middle man needed. For shopaholics, cashless shopping is made possible by LBC’s Send and Swipe Card. Powered by Visa, this card lets you swipe to shop or withdraw money from any Bancnet ATM nationwide,” Mantecon also said.

“If there is one thing Filipinos are recognized for, it’s their will to help loved ones as soon as they can,” Mantecon noted.

“Responding to urgent financial needs is now within reach. Just visit the nearest LBC branch and avail yourself of its instant branch pick-up service or choose to send money through TXT Remit using only a prepaid phone card. TXT Remit cards are available at 7-11 stores nationwide.”