LBC continues to grow, expand, and improve to reach more Filipinos and serve them better. Since its humble beginning in 1945, LBC has grown to be the Philippines’ leading and most trusted courier, cargo, remittance, and logistics provider. In 2018, LBC opened 80 new branches across the Philippines. To date LBC now has a total of 1417 branches with 13 000 employees dedicated to providing the courier, cargo and logistics needs of Filipinos all over the world.
But LBC’s expansion does not stop there. This year, LBC is set to open more branches in strategic locations around the country. From January to April 2019, it has already opened 18 branches in the Philippines and is set to open a new branch in Brisbane. This is part of LBC’s commitment to widen its footprint in the Philippines and across the continents to reach more Filipinos and provide them with the most convenient, safest, and fastest way “to move” their documents, packages, and remittances. True to its mantra of “We Like to Move It”, LBC is never stagnant as it endeavors to adapt, change, and advance in order to provide its retail and corporate customers with the best services possible. As they continue to cater to the Filipino with their time-proven services like parcel sending and remittances, LBC also steps in to serve other markets like SMEs who have come to discover the convenience of running a business online. As LBC undergoes a company-wide digital transformation, they aim for nothing less than to see its customers satisfied with the benefits and added convenience that advanced technology will generate and bring about.
LBC also continues to expand its reach by partnering with a host of other enterprises who seek to provide better service to more and more Filipinos here and abroad. Just this year, they have inked deals with Uniteller, a money remittance company based in the US, and other financial services platforms like Coins.ph, XpressMoney, and True Money.
As LBC forges ahead with the opening of more branches and facilities; introduce new services to keep up with escalating demand from all sectors; and widen their reach through newer and bigger corporate partnerships, their goal remains the same: to move lives, businesses and communities for the benefit of all Filipinos.