Correos Costa Rica - tracking packages and shipments
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Correos Costa Rica - information about carrier
Correos de Costa Rica is the national postal service of Costa Rica.
The facility of Correos de Costa Rica acquires momentum with the Costa Rican constitution of 1824, which mandates that the Congress of the Republic need to open roads and carry posts and basic mail. On December 10, 1839, through government decree, the first rulebook for mail is drafted and the "Servicio Nacional de Correos" is developed.
The very first emission of postage stamps was done in 1862, a year later Costa Rica attends the Postal Congress in Paris, the only Latin-American country to go to the occasion. In August 1883 Costa Rica subscribes to the Universal Postal Union. In 1922 the nation joins Unión Postal Panamericana, incorporated by Spain, Portugal, and various Latin-American countries.
On March 23, 1868, throughout the federal government of Jesús Jiménez Zamora, an agreement is subscribed in between the Secretaría de Fomento and Lyman Reynold with the intent of setting up a telegraphic connection in Cartago, San José, Heredia, Alajuela and Puntarenas. This project was concluded by the government in 1869, due to the resignation of the specialist. Telegraphy based in the Morse system stopped operating in 1970 and was substituted with the teleprinter or Telex system.
Law number 7768, of April 24, 1998, transformed the institution into what is now understood as Correos de Costa Rica S.A. a public business structured as a for-profit business, not based on the central government.
The downtown structure of Correos de Costa Rica was integrated in 1917. It was built by The English Construction C.O. Ltda. It was declared as a Valuable Historical Building on October 14, 1980. It also houses the Museo Filatélico de Costa Rica (Philatelic Museum).
In the 2010 years, the company diversified its offerings with the introduction of the freight forwarding service "Box-Correos" which helps Costa Ricans who wish to go shopping online with a virtual United States address. It likewise helps with different government services such as the delivery of passports and home certifications.
In the year 2018, the operation of the wise locker system referred to as API was started. Developed entirely by a postal business. The network has 73 locations in the city of Costa Rica.