Post Office

 

Post Office
Post Office

Post Office

A post office is an organization which provides mail services to a client and is usually operated by the authorities. Clearly the post office cannot offer the much faster and sophisticated services like a courier company such as Aerospeed Couriers. Clients can obtain various services from the post office such as handing in post, as well as parcels for distribution. In the past, post offices additionally sent as well as delivered telegrams. On request, a post office may possibly offer a registered service, whereby the client can guarantee that their package or document is actually signed for by the individual to whom it was addressed. A Post office sells postage stamps, and various containers like envelopes and boxes to contain mail objects. The post office frequently additionally has depots that are distinct from the genuine post office. A typical example is the red pillar boxes that are utilized for depositing mail in England and the remainder of the United Kingdom. These principle boxes tend to be depots for the Royal Mail. In certain countries, the post office additionally sells revenue stamps as well as handles other taxes such as renewal of car licences as well as other licenses. In some nations the post office additionally take requests for passports and other documents. In particular nations, the post office additionally offers financial services. The most senior command at a post office is usually called a postmaster and the national head of a post office is normally named a postmaster general. In some nations like the United States Of America the principal of the post office [called USPS (United States Postal Service)] has a cabinet post inside the government. The term post office began in the seventeenth century in England, once a personalized posting service was permitted by law. In The united kingdomt there were post riders, whom were mounted couriers that transported the mail alongside a post route. The post route had submitting stations or posting houses every 2 hours along the route at which horses could be replaced for fresh mounts, so that the mail arrived as rapidly as possible once had been sent. Inns often doubled as post houses. In modern times, when mounts as well as carriages dropped from use and were replaced with cars, trucks and airplane the term post house was no longer utilized.

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