Correos De Mexico
Mexico's national postal service, formerly Servicio Postal Mexicano (Sepomex), is now called Correos de México. With a rich history dating back to 1580, the service has faced multiple challenges. In 1986, the Mexican government granted autonomy to the postal service to improve its services, considered one of the worst in the world. To compete with private postal services like DHL, UPS, FedEx, Multipak, Estafeta, and others, the postal service created Mexpost, which offered faster and more efficient services at a higher cost. Mexpost operated as a private company while remaining part of the Mexican postal service. 2008 President Felipe Calderón initiated an overhaul of the Servicio Postal Mexicano, renaming it Correos de México. The agency underwent restructuring to enhance productivity, streamline operations, and expand post office locations to non-traditional settings, including private businesses.