Aruba Post - tracking packages and shipments
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Aruba Post - Tracking number format
# - letter; * - digit; ! - letter or digit
Aruba Post - information about carrier
The Postal Service of Aruba began running on August 1st 1892, at this time Aruba belonged to the "Colony Curacao" Postal Service with its central directorate placed in Willemstad, Curacao.
The very first postal activities on the island included sending and getting mail (letters, parcels, etc) from boats originating from Curacao and sometimes from Venezuela. Garibaldi Cephas Helder took care of the handling of the boats carrying mail.
The mail needed to be chosen up at the post workplace after Garibaldi had announced the arrival of the boat at the harbor of Oranjestad, mouth to mouth while calling his bell. People utilized whatever indicates of transportation they had readily available to get their mail-- horses, donkeys, boats, but mainly on foot.
The Dutch Colonies of which Aruba became part of, is a member of the Universal Postal Union considering that 1878. On January 1st, 1986 the postal service of Aruba got in the Status Aparte within the kingdom of the Netherlands and became an independent postal service, and together with the Netherlands Antilles remained a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).
The federal government of Aruba hired the support of the Dutch consultancy company Berenschot to recommend, assist and formalize a postal service in Aruba, so that it might face the Status Aparte as an autonomous service within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. An internal committee of the Postal Service, consisting of Robert S. Arends, Candido F. Dijkhoff, Rudolf R. De Kort and Michael F. Croes, was formed to help accomplish this.
The self-governing status of the Postal Service in the UPU brought with it that all the obtained rights and obligations on both local and global level needed to be observed by the Postal Service of Aruba itself.
From the onset of the Status Aparte, Aruba lobbied to end up being a member of Union Postal de las Americas, Spain and Portugal (UPAEP) together with the Netherlands Antilles and this was finally achieved on June 21, 1993.
The first official place of the Post was at the office/home of Governor Jacob A. Thielen on what is now referred to as Plaza Daniel Leo, however it has actually transferred to many different areas-- Fort Zoutman and what is now understood as the Foreign Affairs Office are simply two examples. In 1958 the main post workplace was transferred to J.E. Irausquin plein # 9, and has actually remained there till now. The structure was created by the Manager of the Department of Public Services, Mr. A.A. van Ammers. The building shows the design components of earlier years, specifically 1930-- 1950.
On September 1, 2005, Post Aruba N.V. was privatized. Through privatization, our primary objective was to become an incorporated business, not only providing parcels and letters, but using a broad range of brand-new items while playing a key role in all interaction needs on the island. Also, the initiative was launched to increase the performance of all functional processes, and to provide new services, while preserving high global standards.