United States Postal Service(USPS)
The United States Postal Service(USPS) is an independent United States government agency. Its predecessor was the United States Postal Service.
In 1971, It became the United States Postal Service. Since then, American congress no longer reserves the right to set mail rates. Still, nine of the 11 board members are appointed by the President of the United States.
The company is responsible for postal services throughout the United States, including mail delivery, parcel delivery, cargo transportation, postal services, and online services. The U.S. Postal Service has delivered 200 billion packages and mails about 40 percent of the world's total.
The United States Postal Service is responsible for the postal service in the United States. It is responsible for a wide range of services, including mail and packages delivery, cargo transportation, and can provide online services.
In 1999, its revenue reached $62,726 million. It is a very large company. Historically, the United States Postal Service has been a pioneer in helping the nation build information roads.
In the 18th century, road mail was established to connect people to the country through mail delivery. Universal service was further supported in the mid-19th century by the establishment of railroad mail by the United States Postal Service. Airmail routes were established, in the early 20th century.
In 1999, the United States Postal Service turned a new page in its postal history when it announced the nationwide introduction of personal computer postage. Since then, USPS users in the United States can purchase and print postage from their own personal computers and the Internet.
USPS Development Strategy
Nowadays, the U.S. imports 2.1 billion U.S. dollars worth of packages every year. However, only a few packages enter the COUNTRY through the USPS. Therefore the market potential is huge.
In order to expand market share in this area, the United States postal service has adopted a series of measures. This includes in particular on the institutions, to reflect on the business value and the increasing the determination. The USPS will parcel business department especially independence from the general business, sales department. This is led by the chief executive and postmaster general directly.
USPS has built its own USPS trace system. USPS provides its customers a wide range of services like USPS courier tracking. Agogopost has connected to the USPS online tracking system and provides our customers USPS tracking service. Click here and enter your USPS courier tracking number and you are able to see your USPS courier tracking status.
The USPS tracking number format is usually 20 digits long (e.g. 8888 8888 8888 8888 8888), or a combination of 13 letters and numbers, usually starting with 2 letters, following by 9 digits, and ending by "US" (e.g. AD 888 888 888 US).