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Mexico Post - tracking packages and shipments

Keep track of Mexico Post parcels and shipments with our free service! All you need to do to track your parcel is enter the tracking number, and then the service will know its location in real time.

How do I track my Mexico Post parcel with 100Parcels.com?

  1. Find out the tracking number of your parcel;
  2. Enter the tracking number of your parcel in the field at the top of the page;
  3. Wait until the service checks the parcel data, it will not take long;
  4. Look at the search results and share them with your friends on social networks;
  5. If you enter your email address, we can send you changes in the status of your parcel automatically without your participation.

Mexico Post - Tracking number format

# - letter; * - digit; ! - letter or digit

Mexico Post - information about carrier

Correos de México (formerly Servicio Postal Mexicano (Sepomex)) is the national postal service of Mexico.

On February 17, 1907, President Porfirio Díaz established the "Palacio Postal" (Postal Palace) also called the "Quinta Casa de Correos" (Fifth Postal House). Mexico has actually had a postal service since 1580. The office's main job was to communicate the vice royalty of New Spain with the city, Spain.

In 1921, Sepomex required a global regulative and unified postal service, and the Mexican government took part in the development of the "Unión Panamericana de Correos" (Panamerican Postal Union) in Buenos Aires. In 1931, Spain signed up with the union, which changed the name to "Unión Postal de las Américas y España" (American and Spain Postal Union.) In 1990, Portugal was contributed to the union, which again changed the name to "Unión Postal de las Américas, España y Portugal" (American, Spain and Portugal Postal Union).

In 1933, by presidential order, the Postal service took control of the telegraph service in Mexico, developing the office "Dirección General de Correos y Telegrafos" (Executive Director of Postal Service and Telegraphs).

In 1942, the President bought the separation of the postal service and telegraph into two entities.

In 1986, the government provided autonomy to the Postal Service. This remained in action to the requirement to improve the service, which was thought about one of the worst worldwide and was now facing competition from private companies. In order to complete with the personal postal services like DHL, UPS, FedEx, Multipack, Estafeta and others the postal service developed a new entity, "Mexpost," however more expensive than regular postal service however likewise more effective working as a private business but still belonging to the Mexican Postal Service.

In 2008, President Felipe Calderón ordered the overhaul of Servicio Postal Mexicano and rebranded it as Correos de México. Together with a new name and new image, the firm was reorganized helping to streamline operations, improve performance, and expand postal outlets to non-traditional areas like private businesses.