Albanian Post - tracking packages and shipments
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Albania Post - information about carrier
Posta Shqiptare is the nationwide postal service of Albania. Posta Shqiptare sh.a.
Albania's postal service go back to the Ottoman Empire. Based on contemporary sources and historical archives, the first post workplaces probably opened throughout the 1840s and 1850s. A more orderly service started in 1878, and workplaces were opened in every city. At the end of the 19th century and in the early 20th century, 2 abroad shipping business developed workplaces in Albania, which likewise acted as post offices for deliveries abroad. These were the Austrian Lloyd Company and the Italian Company of Apulia. They had establishments in all coastal cities of Albania: Shkodër, Durrës, Vlorë, Sarandë and Shëngjin.
On 5 December 1912, one week after Albania stated its self-reliance, the Provisional Government of Ismail Qemali founded the Albanian postal, telegraphic and telephonic services. The Provisional Government also established the Ministry of Telegraphs and Communications, whose very first minister was Lef Nosi. The first Albanian postal stamps were issued on 5 May 1913. Under this federal government, six different stamps were produced.
On 7 July 1913, the Albanian Provisional Government applied to become a member of the General Postal Union, a procedure that was finished on 1 March 1922. During this time, 17 offices were linked by 1,400 km (870 mi) of cable televisions. The head office in Tirana included a director, four telegraphists, a prime telegraphist, 2 postal workers and a delivery worker. In 1938, 68 postal offices and agencies operated throughout Albania. As Italian financial investment grew in the country, the need to interact with Italy became more important. For this factor, the Albanian government chose to set up a short-wave radio station, which made it possible for telephone and telegraph connections between Rome and Tirana.
Throughout World War II, many networks and lines were damaged. In 1946, a brand-new telephone line was set up in between Tirana and Peshkopi, which was extended to link Tirana with Belgrade and Skopje. Links were developed throughout the country and by the 1970s post offices opened in every city or village in Albania.
According to the law, postal services can be offered by any postal business, other than for those reserved for Posta Shqiptare. Since 2008, Posta Shqiptare has 15 postal affiliates and 19 branches. It uses service to 553 post workplaces throughout Albania.
Albanian Post sh.a, besides universal postal service, also uses quick postal service within the city and inter-city.
Domestic Express Services:
- Equipping citizens with a certificate of judicial status
- SMS with telegrams
- Legalization of documents at the Greek Embassy
- Equipment of residents with various ownership files
- Legalization of documents at the Italian Embassy
- Objects of stated worth
- Legalization of files at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs
- Providing citizens with numerous files for ownership and biographical data, issued by the State Central Archives
Considering that September 1, 2018, Albanian Post has actually introduced a new express service abroad, called Super Express Mail (SEM). This will be the fastest overseas service ever offered by Albanian Post, in partnership with postal companies that occupy a fundamental part of world markets.
The due date for delivery of the items to the destination is 24 hours from the minute of departure of the things from Albania, for objects destined for Europe and 48 hours for other countries of the world such as America, Canada, Asia, and so on.
Delivery deadlines depend on 24 hours of the delivery time for exports from Albania to all major company centers in Europe (from the time of delivery departure from Albania) and up to 48 hours for exports from Albania to all major organisation centers in Europe. business in the rest of the world such as the USA, Canada, Asia, etc (from the moment of shipment from Albania).
Albanian Post sh.a starting from 1990, among the universal postal services also provides quick global postal service EMS (Express Mail Service). Today EMS is a safe mail delivery option: documents and products up to 20kg.