The purpose of Luxembourg Post is to link people and organizations every day. To make it possible for them to communicate, share data, send letters and packages, and conduct financial transactions, bringing them closer together. Also, to communicate feelings. They've been playing this unique role in customers' lives and activities for over 175 years, always operating responsibly.Protecting the data entrusted to them responsibly and making the lives of their consumers easier.Responsible provision of usable products and services, as well as the development of cutting-edge technology, in order to meet tomorrow's connection requirements.Contributing responsibly to the country's economic development and becoming a preferred employer with a social model focused on quality employment, diversity, and equal opportunity.With 4.697 employees working for the company and its subsidiaries in 2020, POST Luxembourg Group is one of the country's largest employers. It has a solid reputation and is well-established in Luxembourg. It is also a forward-thinking corporation that takes an open-minded approach to the world as a result of its ever-changing activities and the variety of its employees, who come from 50 different countries.POST Luxembourg began as a public service in 1842 and has been entirely owned by the government since 1992. It is the country's main postal and telecommunications service provider, as well as a financial and philatelic service provider.Our postal services enable letter mail delivery 5 days a week throughout the nation, parcel and express mail delivery, management of a network of over 110 sales outlets (post offices or partners), and distribution of Luxembourg's daily newspapers throughout the country before 6:30 a.m. Letter delivery at POST Courrier is rapidly giving way to logistics and parcel distribution activities as letter volumes drop due to the digitization of communication mediums.

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Parcel Tracker provides tracking both for international postal services (delivery services run by countries) and for couriers (private companies such as UPS and FedEx).

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