TCS Holdings (Private) Limited, Pakistan, owns the country’s largest logistics services infrastructure, through seven companies in the fields of Courier, Warehousing & Distribution, Trucking, Air and Sea freight as well as E-commerce.
While the above are mostly business-to-business services, an array of consumer services is also provided by TCS companies dedicated to Travel and Visa, Gift-Delivery & Concierge Services. A patented Supply Chain Advisory service offers customized solutions to corporate customers, which extend to project management for customers looking to outsource non-core activities.
Customers outsourcing key processes to TCS include government departments, multinational corporations, utility companies, and banks. Such projects are implemented by TCS through dedicated teams or facilities. One such facility is our state-of-the-art equipment for printing and stuffing of millions of envelopes containing utility bills or bank or credit card statements. TCS operates its own transportation fleet from two-wheelers to vans/trucks, and an aircraft.
The newest TCS Company, TCS E-Com (Private) Limited was founded in 2014. The website Yayvo.com is nationally focused while the recently launched studiobytcs.com aims to take Pakistani fashion globally.
TCS has a strategic partnership with the world’s largest package delivery and supply chain solutions provider ‘United Parcel Service’ - UPS, which has exclusive access to the sales and delivery network of TCS in Pakistan. Reciprocally, TCS has access to UPS’ global network. Its services and strategic alliance with the global giant gives TCS global reach and scope.
A 100% Pakistani enterprise with 34 years track record, TCS has significant potential in the context of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Projects, where logistics is a key component.
Employing over 12,000 people in Pakistan - some in the country’s remotest corners, and serving customers either through its 950+ retail outlets or at nearly every doorstep in the country, TCS is widely recognized within the industry and academia for its economic and social impact.
Pakistan’s most recognizable and preferred courier, logistics and e-commerce provider; TCS provides services to the corporate sector, SMEs and household customers. Delivering to more than 220 destinations worldwide and with a widespread network of 950+ outlets in over 380 cities, 550 satellite-tracked vehicles, a dedicated Boeing-737, a proficient team of more than 4,500+ couriers and the fastest digital printing facility in the country, TCS leads the Pakistani courier and logistics industry in terms of both service and reliability.
The history of TCS is the subject of a Harvard Business School Case Study on Entrepreneurship titled: TCS – An