EMS Tracking, Locations Near Me, Contact & Hours
History of EMS
Express Mail Service (EMS) is an international express postal service that offers expedited mail delivery service for which the customer pays a premium for faster delivery. It includes both domestic and international mail, and in most nations governed by the country’s own postal administration. Since 1999, the international express delivery services are governed by members of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). These administrators created the EMS Cooperative in 1998, within the framework of the UPU, to promote the harmonization and development of postal services worldwide. As of January 2015, EMS was offered by more than 190 countries and territories worldwide.
Visit the main webpage of EMS. There is an option for tracking right on the homepage, and you can enter your tracking number. To track your EMS item, you would have to input a 13 digit item number such as EZ987654321XX, given to each EMS item. You can obtain this number from the sender. Alternatively, you can find a website for direct tracking here. The website tracking is reliable because millions of packages and documents are sent through the system to over 114 countries every week.
EMS Locations Near Me
EMS is a global initiative tracing its origins to the Treaty of Bern, signed on October 9, 1874, establishing the General Postal Union, which would become the EMS. It is no surprise then that there Global operators of EMS in almost every United Nations member state. Click here to determine if your country’s post office is part of this vast global network.
EMS Contact and Customer Service
For general concerns such as having difficulties finding your package, or other such issues related to the Express Mail Service, contact your local EMS customer service or call center to answer general EMS queries. They can also help find your tracking number and assist you in locating your EMS item. EMS is very secure, and you can inquire about your mail at any stage of shipment and even change the address. Use the search function or alphabet to find your local operator faster or enter your country in the search box. For example, click on EMS Angola. It will open a new page with website information specific to Angola and customer care information such as the email and phone number for calling EMS Angola.
EMS Hours of Operation
Once more, visit the “Contact Us” webpage. Enter your country in the search dialogue box or simply scroll down to pick the country; the list is in alphabetical order. You can get the website information for each country that is part of the Express Mail Service. Usually, the 177 designated operators worldwide are available parallel to the opening hours of that country’s mail services.