Celebrating three decades of Service & Innovation
Now in its 30th celebratory year of successful operations, the TCS brand has evolved into a symbol of trust and reliability.
TCS provides domestic and international express services to consumers, corporate, SMEs and households alike with pickups and
deliveries crossing over 100 million shipments annually. This it does, through a nationwide network of 250+ offices, making
TCS the biggest such network in Pakistan. TCS operates with over 8,000 professionals, 24/7 state-of-the art call center,
650 plus conveniently located Express Centers, dedicated chartered Being 737 aircraft, 2000+ on-line and offline locations,
375 plus satellite tracked delivery vehicles and a proficient team of 4000 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 in over 3,500+
destinations worldwide. TCS Visatronix, a division of Intiana Private Limited, extends booking facilities for visa applicants
in the non-immigrant (work, visit, study) categories for applicants all over Pakistan for Canada, India, Spain, Malaysia, Egypt,
Tunisia, Italy, Malta and South Africa, and UAE. Applications are booked on a "Return Service Basis" at selected TCS Express
Centers in all major cities. 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. TCS has been mentioned in the textbooks used by Harvard Business 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 and the biggest Business Schools across South Asia.