JRS Express is the leading express delivery company in the Philippines. Aside from express-delivery service, the company also provides value-added logistics services to its customers through its nationwide network of 460 branches. Over the course of six decades, JRS has established itself as one of the largest courier services in the country.
1960: JRS Business Corporation was acquired by Dr. Jaime L. Claparols and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
1961: The 4th congress of the Philippines granted JRS a congressional franchise to operate messenger and express delivery services for a 50-year period through Republic act No. 3260. Also in the same year, JRS also purchased its first C-45 plane.
1971: JRS expanded its services to include domestic air freight forwarding.
1973: JRS was granted an authority to operate private express and messenger delivery services by the postmaster general of the Philippines after its congressional franchise was revoked.
1975: JRS grows to 130 branches. Its founder, Dr. Jaime L. Claparols passes away the same year.
1982: The Civil Aeronautics Board authorizes JRS to engage in international air freight forwarding.
1983: JRS Business Corporation officially adopts the trade name “JRS Express” to emphasize its capability to provide next-day deliveries.
1993: JRS diversifies by opening JRS Business Centers to handle corporate and office services such as printing, photocopying, computer rental
1995-2000: JRS Express is recognized by the Consumer Union of the Philippines (CUP) as the most outstanding courier company for the years 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 and is given the Hall of Fame Award.
2003: JRS opens its 240th branch.
2008: JRS Business Center inaugurates its 10th branch.
2009: JRS improved its webpage (www.jrs-express.com) and created its Facebook page (JRS Express).
2010: JRS celebrates its 50th year servicing the Filipino people and renews its corporate life for another 50 years.
2012: JRS Express opens its 300th branch.
2013: JRS Express was among the first to respond with relief goods to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).
2014: JRS website allows clients to track packages, find services and scope of delivery online. JRS enlisted a team to respond to client inquiries 24/7/365.
2015: JRS Express opens its 350th branch.
2016: JRS Business Center rebrands into JRS Office+.
2018: JRS Express opens its 400th branch. JRS Office+ also opens its 14th branch in Imus Cavite.
2019: JRS Express Facebook page reaches more than 500,000 likes. JRS Express introduces its free pickup service for metro cities.
2020: JRS Express celebrates 60 years of service. Branch count hits 440 branches nationwide. JRS Express revamps and launches their new website. JRS also partners with GCash, Alipay in its move in going cashless.
2021: JRS Express has 465 branches and satellite stations nationwide located in principal cities and towns.
2022: JRS successfully partners with Shopee Pay to add payment avenues and offer flexibility to customers. The Bulilit Box is introduced.
2023: JRS is successfully accredited as a national courier for the Supreme Court of the Philippines - Office of the Court Administrator. Cash on Delivery service is also launched.
To be amongst the leading courier and logistics companies of the world.
To provide world-class courier services, logistics, and supply-chain solutions to all customers and to foster nation-building.