30 March 2012 – TNT Express has opened a new service point on Kemal Ataturk Avenue in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The outlet is located in Banani, a commercial and university district in the northern part of the city. It offers local businesses and residents cost effective solutions for sending documents and parcels to more than 200 countries. A specially-priced “Student Pack” is available to students who wish to apply to universities abroad. TNT Express already owns 17 service points in Bangladesh, where it started operations in 1983.
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