Jamaica Post - tracking packages and shipments
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- Find out the tracking number of your parcel;
- Enter the tracking number of your parcel in the field at the top of the page;
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Jamaica Post - Tracking number format
# - letter; * - digit; ! - letter or digit
Jamaica Post - information about carrier
The Postal Corporation of Jamaica Ltd. is the nationwide post office of Jamaica. The Post and Telecommunications Department (Jamaica Post) headquartered at 6-10 South Camp Road, Kingston, manages the island's network of nearly 600 Post Offices and Postal Agencies. As a Department of Government, the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology has portfolio responsibility for Jamaica Post.
A 2nd entity, the Postal Corporation of Jamaica (Post Corp.) was produced and signed up in 2000. The Postal Corporation of Jamaica is mandated to transform Jamaica's Postal Service into a successful, modern and effective entity and works closely with the Post and Telecommunications Department to achieve this goal.
There are over 5 hundred postal points throughout Jamaica. These include Post Offices and Postal Agencies.
Post Offices provide mail and commercial services including bill payment, abroad and regional expedited mail service, parcel post service and the sale of postage and commemorative stamps.
Postal Agencies primarily deliver and collect mail and sell postage stamps.
Postal Service was begun in Jamaica on October 31, 1671, making the island the very first British nest to have a recognized Post Office. The first Post Office was integrated in the then capital, St. Jago De La Vega, now referred to as Spanish Town and operated as a sub-branch of the British Post Office.
As the need for reliable postal service grew in tandem with the flourishing sugar export-driven economy, Edward Dismore was designated in 1754 as Jamaica's very first Postmaster General. He then established a network of Post Offices throughout the island, a lot of which remain as significant post offices today.
In 1776, the main Post Office was moved from Spanish Town to Harbour Street in Kingston and in 1860, achieved complete managerial and functional autonomy ending its sub-branch status with the British Post Office. In addition, distinctive Jamaican postage stamps were presented for the very first time that year replacing British stamps which were then in flow.
The primary Post Office found a new house at the General Post Office on King Street in Downtown, Kingston following the 1907 earthquake that triggered considerable damage to the capital. Nevertheless, these facilities quickly showed insufficient given increased mail circulations and strategies were drawn up to construct a new head workplace building including an automatic central sorting workplace. Deal with this brand-new building began in the mid 1970s and the arranging facility fully commissioned in 1980.