TCS came into being in 1983 as a domestic courier company. The TCS journey since its inception has been exhilarating and as recorded in the Havard Business Case Study, the Company that Engineer Khalid Awan established with his brother has found itself in trailblazing roles, and developed an entire Industry that has withstood the trials and tribulations of cohabiting with the Government sector, and strove every inch of the way to find win-win solutions in the service of Pakistani prosperity.
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Completing almost three decades of Service & Innovation
Almost three decades into its existence, the TCS brand has evolved, into a symbol of trust & reliability. TCS provides domestic & international express services to consumers, corporates, SMEs and households alike, with pickups & deliveries crossing over 6 million a month. This it does through a wide network of 155 offices making it the biggest network in the country .TCS operates with over 7,000 Professionals, 24/7 call center, 530 plus conveniently located Express Centers, dedicated chartered aircraft, 2000 on-line & offline locations, 250 plus satellite tracked delivery vehicles and a proficient team of couriers dedicated to providing you the best of service and reliability in the industry. With a view to enlarging its presence in the global village, TCS operates in international territories through its business partners in Dubai and London, providing access to its customers to over 3,500 destinations worldwide. TCS has achieved many milestones by investing into its business model that continues to grow stronger. Realizing the customer needs and expectations have always been the driving principles in the milestones that TCS has achieved over the years. This has resulted in setting benchmarks to improve the overall quality and standards of the express courier industry.TCS achievements have led to a case study, undertaken by Harvard Business School in 2003 for 'International Entrepreneurship' course of MBA. It has been mentioned in the textbooks used by HarvardBusiness School as a model of highly effective company from the developing world.A case study on TCS has also been included in Philip Kotler’s latest South Asian edition of “Principles of Marketing” which is being taught at the best & biggest Business Schools across South Asia.