World Post Day - October 9
Mon Oct 9th

World Post Day

Each year, World Post Day on October 9th honors those who work in the postal industry. Another aim of the day is to raise concerns about the vital role that the postal sector plays in the daily lives of companies and individuals around the world.

The postal industry as a whole plays a major role in countries' socioeconomic and economic growth. The postal industry alone in the United States employs nearly 500,000 workers. In addition,, the company has an operating income of $70.6 billion.

The United States is ranked as one of the world's best Post Offices, with the United States ranked as one of the world's best Post Offices. The following are examples of top-notch postal services in other countries:: The United States has top-notch postal services include::

  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Germany

Based on three indicators, these countries were rated highly. The metrics covered access to critical services, operational resource optimization, and public confidence.

How to celebrate #worldpostday

Many countries introduce new postal products or promote new services on World Post Day. New stamps and cancellation marks are included in the products. Other activities include postage stamp collection exhibits, lectures, and workshops. They sell limited souvenirs, such as t-shirts and badges. Some Posts around the world recognize their postal employees for providing excellent service. Some Posts around the world honor their postal employees for their contributions.

Thank your mailman for the support they provide while participating in World Post Day. Write about a positive experience at the post office that you had. Since everyone loves getting mail, send a friend or loved one a lovely card through the mail. On social media, post #World Postal Day.

History of the world post-day has influenced world post-day events

People from the beginning of history, people discovered a way to get messages from one to another. Messengers used to do this on horseback. Many countries developed national postage schemes in the 1600s and 1700s. As postal delivery services expanded, it enabled the exchange of mail between countries. International mail became more complicated and inefficient in the late 1800s. The first international postal services guidelines were published in 1863, with the support of US Postmaster General Montgomery Blair, Montgomery Blair. The Treaty of Bern was not signed in Bern, Switzerland, on October 9th, 1874. The General Postal Union was officially established by the treaty. The Associated Postal Union in 1878, the General Postal Union, was renamed the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

The United Nations' agency, the United Nations' Seventy years later in 1948, the UPU became a UN agency. They declared October 9th as World Postal Day in Tokyo, Japan, at the UPU congress in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan. The UPU's centennial was commemorated on this date. Today, over 150 countries from around the world are participating in World Post Day celebrations.