In Pakistan, postal codes were introduced on January 1, 1988, to make sorting and delivering mail faster and more efficient. The Pakistan postal code is a 5-digit code placed at the end of an address, enabling automated sorting for a specific post office or address. A postcode is also called a postal code or zip code
Postal code sequences rang
- Azad Kashmir postal code uses from 00010 to 13XXX.
- Gilgit Baltistan postal code sequences ranging from 14XXX to 16XXX.
- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa postal code sequences ranging from 17XXX to 29XXX.
- Punjab postal code sequences ranging from 30XXX to 64XXX.
- Sindh postal code sequences ranging from 65XXX to 79XXX.
- Balochistan postal code sequences ranging from 80XXX to 96XXX.
Postal code is a series of letters, numbers, or both, assigned to a specific geographic area to facilitate mail sorting and delivery. A postcode also knows as Postal code and zip codes
Pakistan has 5 digits Postal codes that is normally written at the end of an address which allows automated sorting of mail to a particular post office or Address
A postal address is the specific location of a recipient’s dwelling or workplace, including details such as house or building number, street, city, and postal code, used for mail delivery Here Pakistan Postal Codes Format
NAME / Company Name
Street name / Number
Area Name City Name – Postal code
The postal code format in Pakistan generally consists of five digits ,
First 2 digit routing for district
Last 3 digit for Post office