EMS (Express Mail Service) is an international postal Express Mail Service for documents and commodities provided by postal operators of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), which connects 175 countries and territories across the world. The EMS Cooperative is a body of the Universal Postal Union with over 170 member countries that collaborate to provide EMS – Express Mail Service – the fastest cross-border postal service. The EMS Cooperative encourages cooperation among its member posts to supply consumers around the world with a high-quality, cost-effective Express Mail Service (EMS). The EMS Cooperative has organized around three management bodies: the General Assembly, which is made up of all EMS Cooperative members, the EMS Cooperative Board, which is made up of nine elected ad hoc members, and the EMS Unit, which is housed in the UPU's International Bureau. The United Nations Postal Union (UPU) is an intergovernmental organization that serves as the principal venue for collaboration between governments, postal service providers, and other stakeholders in the global postal sector. Its 192 members work together to maintain the global network, define regulations for international mail exchange, and improve customer service quality. EMS is a worldwide service with numerous useful features. EMS packages can be dispatched from a post office counter or picked up from a customer's location, among other handy possibilities. The EMS network has the most consumer access points in the globe due to the postal network's broad reach in terms of the sheer quantity of post offices. It also has the best last-mile coverage in the world, thanks to a premium postal service network. Acced at any post office or picked up from a customer's location, priority handling from acceptance to final delivery, end-to-end tracking, signature at delivery, and delivery to the addressee's location are the primary aspects of EMS.

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