In 1878, the Mexican Post was invited to join the Universal Postal Union, joining said institution on 1 April 1879. Later, on 1 January 1884, the First Postal Code and Rules take effect, and in 1895 they are subsequently replaced by the second Postal Code.
Mexico Post broad scope covers 98% of the Mexican Republic, including 29,000 service sites, over 2800 land routes and more than 15,000 collaborators who offer quality services, all of which gives Mexico Post standing as one of the most important distribution services in Mexico.
Backed by tradition and experience, Correos de México is a cutting-edge institution that keeps abreast of rapidly evolving technology. They have reinvented our operating processes to respond to ever more increasing market challenges that demand quality at competitive prices; proof of which are our prices: the lowest in the market, making us the best cost-benefit choice in the market.
This is why with Correos de México your parcel Te Llega/Gets to You and with Mexpost it gets there faster.
Track the Mexico Post cargo using waybill, as well as any postal and courier shipment from China, Israel, USA, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands.