Poland`s Post plays a key role in international and domestic postal exchange, being part of the global EMS cooperative, ensuring transit freedom, and adhering to the standards of the Universal Postal Union.
Poland`s Post plays a crucial role in organizing international and domestic postal exchange within the country. Additionally, it is a part of the global EMS cooperative responsible for EMS deliveries. In accordance with the rules of the Universal Postal Union, Poland`s Post ensures the free transit of postal items between countries.
International standards strictly prohibit the shipment of dangerous substances in postal items, and Poland`s Post provides detailed rules for shipping, including size and content restrictions. Parcels and courier shipments are equipped with tracking numbers, allowing senders and recipients to monitor the movement of their parcels.
The tracking number format varies depending on the type of shipment. For example, the letter "R" indicates a registered small packet, "C" denotes a parcel, and "E" signifies an EMS shipment. Unique digits ensure the identification of the number, and the last letters determine the sender`s country.
Tracking postal shipments involves several stages, starting from acceptance and ending with delivery. Parcels undergo sorting, customs clearance, export, and import. Tracking statuses provide information about the movement and current status of shipments.
Thus, Poland`s Post not only ensures efficient postal exchange but also provides transparency and control for senders and recipients at every stage of delivery.