Philippines Post tracking
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Philippines Post tracking packages and shipments

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Philippines Post - Tracking number format

  • A# *** *** *** PH
  • C# *** *** *** PH
  • D# *** *** *** PH
  • E# *** *** *** PH
  • L# *** *** *** PH
  • R# *** *** *** PH
  • S# *** *** *** PH
  • U# *** *** *** PH
  • V# *** *** *** PH
  • CD *** *** *** ZZ
  • RD *** *** *** ZZ
  • RE *** *** *** ZZ

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

Philippines Post - information about carrier

The Philippine Postal Corporation, (Filipino: Korporasyong Pangkoreo ng Pilipinas), abbreviated as PHLPost (PhilPost prior to 2012), is a government-owned and controlled corporation accountable for offering postal services in the Philippines. The Philippine Postal Corporation has in excess of 8,000 employees and runs more than 1,355 post workplaces across the country. PHLPost is based in the Philippines' main post workplace and is presently headed by Postmaster General and CEO Mr. Joel L. Otarra. The historical Manila Central Post Office is positioned at the Plaza Liwasang Bonifacio and overlooks the Pasig River. Its policy-making body is the board of directors, headed by its chairman, Mr. Norman Fulgencio. The board of directors is composed of seven members, consisting of the postmaster general, who serves all at once as the ceo.

Formerly an attached firm of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the Commission on Information and Communication Technology (CICT), the Philippine Postal Corporation is under the direct jurisdiction of the Office of the President of the Philippines.

The Overseas Filipino Bank, formerly the Philippine Postal Savings Bank, is among three government-owned banks in the Philippines, it was previously organized under PHLPost. Now, it is a separate company.

The Philippine postal system has a history covering over 250 years. In 1767, the first post office in the Philippines was established in the city of Manila, which was later on arranged under a brand-new postal district of Spain. Initially, the postal workplace served primarily to courier government and church files. In 1779, the postal district incorporated Manila and the entire Philippine archipelago. The postal district was re-established on 5 December 1837. A year later on, Manila became known as a leading center of postal services within Asia. Spain signed up with the Universal Postal Union in 1875, which was announced in the Philippines two years later on. Already post offices were set up not just in Manila but in many significant towns and cities in the provinces.

During the Philippine Revolution, President Emilio Aguinaldo bought the facility of a postal service to provide postal services to Filipinos. It was later on organized as a bureau under the Department of Trade on 5 September 1902, by virtue of Act No. 426, which was passed by the Philippine Commission. The Philippines eventually signed up with the Universal Postal Union, this time as a sovereign entity, on 1 January 1922.

While the Manila Central Post Office building, the center of Philippine postal services and the headquarters of the then-Bureau of Posts, was finished in its present-day Neo-Classical style in 1926, it was destroyed throughout World War II. After the war, the Central Post Office was reconstructed in 1946.

With the overhaul of the Philippine bureaucracy in 1987, the Bureau of Posts was relabelled the Postal Service Office (PSO) by Executive Order No. 125, released by President Corazon Aquino on 13 April 1987. It was also that order that positioned the PSO under the DOTC. On 2 April 1992, by Republic Act No. 7354 the Postal Service Office ended up being the present-day PHLPost. [4] The law likewise granted the Philippines Postal Corporation, the authority to resume the Philippine Postal Savings Bank, which occurred on 21 July 1994 by President Fidel V. Ramos. Mr. Joel Otarra, a former member of the board of directors in 2011 was appointed as the brand-new postmaster basic and CEO of the Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) in December 2016 by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

Philippines Post - Parcel tracking statuses

Dispatch item to destination country
Receive item at origin country gateway
Enroute to delivery office
Item for Customs examination
Receive item at delivery office
Returned from Customs (CUSTOMS STATUS: Import authorized, no taxes or duties to be paid)
Receive at country of destination
Item out for delivery
Dispatch to country of destination
Enroute to next office
Item sent to delivery office
Item arrived at delivery office
Posting of item

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