J&T Express Draws Flak For Viral Video

J&T Express Draws Flak For Viral Video

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Aside from the careless throwing of the parcels, netizens have also called out staff’s lack of uniforms and proper protective gear like face masks and gloves.

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Posted by Controversial Videos and Images on Monday, June 22, 2020

Following this, the courier company has issued a statement addressing the issue. It clarified that this is an “isolated” case, citing that the rest of J&T Express branches and warehouses across the country does not exhibit the same concerns as those observe a 24/7 monitoring.

“We also follow strict protocols in handling the shipments and ensure that these are handled with proper care,” it added.

Reactions are mixed. After the official statement, some netizens understood the J&T Express’ defense and remain loyal customers, while the rest continue to call out the brand.

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