by Adelaide Kari – EM TV News, Port Moresby
Nambawan Super Limited today announced a partnership agreement with Post PNG that will allow members to access Nambawan Super products and services at selected post offices nationwide.
Under this agreement, members will be able to check their statements, housing advance eligibilities, and to submit applications.
The partnership will now lift the number of Nambawan Super branches from 17 to 30.
Board Chairman Anthony Smare, tells EMTV that this was a great step for both Nambawan Super and Post PNG, allowing them to give more opportunities to their customers.
Post PNG Chairman Ruben Aila believes that this gives Post PNG a chance to be more innovative with their business since the era of letters is slowly coming to an end in PNG where everything now is electronic.
Nambawan Super has already trialled two pilot projects in Madang and Kiunga, and Smare has said that they have been a success.
Thanks to post PNG’s innovative management team and their already well-established 30 branches around the country.