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New Briefs: Express Delivery Service Now Available

New Briefs: Express Delivery Service Now Available

Overseas Courier Service-known worldwide as "OCS"-has established a permanent

office in Phnom Penh.

The international air-speed courier handles documents, letters, parcels, and other

items, providing a fast and reliable two-way flow of packages for businesses, NGO's,

embassies, and the public.

OCS has 35 years' experience in the express courier business and maintains more than

200 offices in 115 countries throughout the world. Their five full-time staff in

Phnom Penh are all bilingual-conversant in six different languages.

Apart from the courier business, OCS also distributes foreign newspapers and magazines.

Their office is open 7 days a week and offers next-day delivery between Bangkok and

Phnom Penh.

OCS's offices are located in the Cambodiana Hotel in Suite No. 3, Ground Floor.

- By Ker Munthit

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