J&T Express is extending month-long special promos to spread good fortune to even more consumers and entrepreneurs nationwide who are eager to recover in this Year of the Ox.
“In Chinese culture, the Ox signifies hard work. This year, we at J&T will continue to work hard and diligently. To show our optimism, we are providing customers with these special deals until February 28,” said Zoe Chi, Vice-President of J&T Express Philippines.
Running until Feb. 28, J&T’s Visayas & Mindanao Doble Panalo Promo allows both VIP customers and walk-in clients to avail of a 20 percent to 50 percent shipping rate discount, starting with a base weight of 10 kilograms. Transactions above 10.01 kilograms coming from Visayas and Mindanao to any point of the country will get 50 percent off the standard shipping rates.
J&T has also extended its UnliSaya promo until Feb. 28 to enable more customers to enjoy unlimited weight pouches with a starting base rate of P60.
Other than its special offers, J&T is helping entrepreneurs grow their e-commerce business faster with its self-service VIP platform. By joining J&T’s VIP ecosystem, entrepreneurs can enjoy personalized perks, such as special discount rates, free pick-up services, use of a dashboard for order generation, as well as year-round operations.
This VIP platform aims to hasten business transactions by giving online sellers, aggregators, e-commerce platforms, and co-loaders access to user-friendly account management portals for their parcels and flexible collection options. Through the VIP platform, entrepreneurs will have a dedicated after-sales team for their customers’ shipping concerns, allowing them to focus on other important business matters.
“By having the farthest reach and the widest network, it is our mission at J&T to help empower struggling entrepreneurs to move to a better normal. In the spirit of Chinese New Year, we will continue our commitment to build a truly interconnected Philippines where all merchants, even those in far-flung areas, can feel the benefit of the digital revolution,” Chi said.