Japan post

Japan Post

National postal operator

www.post.japanpost.jp/index.html

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Japan post

Japan Post was a government-owned corporation in Japan, that existed from 2003–2007, offering postal and package delivery services, banking services, and life insurance. It had over 400,000 employees and ran 24,700 post offices throughout Japan and was the nation's largest employer. One third of all Japanese government employees worked for Japan Post. As of 2005, the president of the company was Masaharu Ikuta, formerly chairman of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. Japan Post ran the world's largest postal savings system and was often said to be the largest holder of personal savings in the world: with ¥224 trillion ($2.1 trillion) of household assets in its yū-cho savings accounts and ¥126 trillion ($1.2 trillion) of household assets in its kampo life insurance services, its holdings account for 25 percent of household assets in Japan. Japan Post also held about ¥140 trillion (one fifth) of the Japanese national debt in the form of government bonds. On October 1, 2007 Japan Post was privatized following fierce political debate that was settled by the 2005 general election. After the privatization, the Japan Post Group companies operate the postal business. Later in 2010, the privatization was put on hold, and the Japanese Ministry of Finance remains the 100% shareholder.

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Japan Post tracking states

State Description
Arrival at inward office of exchange
Posting/Collection
Dispatch from outward office of exchange
Arrival at outward office of exchange
In Customs
Departure from inward office of exchange
Processing at delivery Post Office
Final delivery
En route
Notice sent by import Customs
Dispatch to overland transport
Arrival at over land transport
Return to Sender
Held by export Customs
Redirection
Returned to Sender
The request of re-delivery was received
Allocated to delivery staff
Retention
Item presented to import Customs
Held by import Customs
Item returned from import Customs
Absence. Attempted delivery