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New Travel Service Packnada Promises Travelers a Luggage-Free Experience

No more packing, laundry, or check in queues.

May 1 2014, 9:18am CDT | by

Singapore, Singapore, May 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Frequent travelers heading to Singapore can now do without tedious or last minute packing before a trip, and the endless waits at baggage carousels with Packnada, a brand new service that allows for luggage-free traveling. Packnada, which means ‘to pack nothing’, takes ‘traveling light’ to a whole new level and offers travelers the convenience of storing clothes and essentials in Singapore. On their next trip, travelers simply hop on the plane with just their passports and their freshly laundered and pressed clothing from their hotel concierge upon arrival.

Frequent travel can be tedious and exhausting. According to YouGov Business Travel Research, 59% of travelers are unhappy with business travel. One in five say they would turn down the next job if it requires them to travel often. AirPlus’ International Travel Management Study 2014 reveals that the number one concern for travel managers this year is the health and well-being of their travelers.

By eliminating the process of packing completely, Packnada’s goal is to simplify traveling and to free up time for travelers to focus on the important matters at hand. Bid farewell to incessant baggage delays, lost luggage and packing woes for any trip.

Launched officially in April 2014, Packnada offers new users a free trial for their first two trips. Travelers can leave up to 20 pieces of clothing which will be laundered and stored till their next trip back, and delivered when they check in. If the service was not up to standard, travelers can choose to bring their clothes home. But if they enjoyed it, Packnada’s service covers everything including laundry, deliveries and storage of up to three months, all for a flat fee of USD$99 per trip.

“Being the first service of our kind in the world, we’re building a future where frequent travelers can move around the region with nothing but their passports,” says Jonathan Lee, co-founder of Packnada. “Because if we can access our files online wherever we go, why can’t clothes be the same?”

For more information about the trial, visit http://packnada.com

Contact Information:
Packnada
Jonathan Lee
+65 6460 6130
Contact via Email
packnada.com
Press Page: http://packnada.totemapp.com

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