Bulgarian Posts tracking

Bulgarian Posts tracking

Bulgaria - Couriers

Bulgaria is a country that has gone through a great history, and it is thanks to this history that it has become what it is today. Also, the mail of Bulgaria has had a major role in its history, but this one did not have control of the postal system until 1879, the year in which the Russian-Turkish War was carried out. Since then, the Bulgarian postal system has developed over the way in the whole country and the Bulgarian Posts tracking service allows you to know the location of all the postal letters that are sent through the whole country and to the other member countries of the Universal Postal Union.

Bulgarian Posts package tracking

What is Bulgarian Post?

Bulgarian Posts is one of the oldest postal services companies in the world. It is responsible for managing, distributing, and maintaining control of all postal services in Bulgaria. With more than 140 years operating in the country, the Bulgarian Posts parcel shipping service has established branches all over the country and also expanded to all UPU member countries.
Currently, the Bulgarian Post has 2981 post offices, ensuring that mail and letters are delivered to all corners of the country. The Ministry of Transport has granted the postal company several certificates of ISO 9001-2000 quality compliance, thanks to the strict order and compliance with international and European standards that apply in Bulgaria Posts.
Thanks to Bulgaria Post the whole country can be kept in touch, ensuring the optimal functioning of many companies, services, and organizations. In addition, international mailing allows many people abroad to communicate with their relatives or friends within the country.

Is Bulgarian Post reliable?

Absolutely. Bulgaria Posts is the only postal service company in the country. As we mentioned in the previous section, the Ministry of Transport gave the company a quality certificate, but the history of the same company has given it other certificates for several years.
In 2007, the company received a BS OHSAS 18001:2007 certificate thanks to the implementation of an occupational safety and health management system. In 2013, Bulgarian Post received another certificate stating that the company implemented a management system to ensure the information in accordance with BS ISO/IEC 27001:2013.
Subsequently, in 2015 Bulgarian Posts was awarded an ISO 9001:2015 quality certificate for compliance with internationally established standards in its service quality management system. So all these certificates and the testimonials of users give a guarantee that the company's service is really reliable.  

How do I track a package from Bulgaria?

Bulgarian Posts tracking system is one of the best mail tracking systems in Europe. Through the company's official website you can find out the location or status of your mail sent.
Just go to the official website, /www.bgpost.bg/, locate the tracking section, enter your Bulgarian Posts tracking number and you will know everything about the location or status of your postal package. In case the package has been picked up, it will also be reflected in the information displayed.
In the case of international packages, on the same website, you can use the Bulgarian Posts international tracking process and find all the information about the location of your package. You can also track your packages through our platform, where you will receive information about your postal mail. 

How long does it take to post from Bulgaria to the UK?

Bulgarian Posts shipping time for domestic shipments can take up to 2 working days after leaving the package at the office. In case of priority packages, they can reach the destination faster, in one working day at the latest. It is possible for Bulgarian Posts to ship in record time, but this is thanks to all the offices in the country and the efficient and reliable service they offer. 
On the other hand, Bulgaria Posts also categorizes international shipments into priority and non-priority. Most of the non-priority shipments are delivered within 5 working days after being placed in the office. For international priority mail, the delivery time is 3 working days. Therefore, a postal service from Bulgaria to the UK can take 4-5 working days on average to reach its destination.

Which territories does Bulgarian Posts serve?

Bulgarian Posts is the largest company and the one in charge of running the whole Bulgarian postal system. It currently has more than 3,000 post offices and covers more than 80,000 km of postal routes throughout the country, guaranteeing service throughout the national territory. With all this extension, the Bulgarian mail reaches even the most remote areas of the country, allowing the whole country to be constantly and safely connected.
Also, Bulgaria Posts shipping services reach more than 180 countries, including all member countries of the Universal Postal Union. Thanks to this postal company, international money transfers can also be made, and different other services are offered.

How do I contact Bulgarian Posts?

In case you need to contact the postal company, there are different options to do so. The best option to achieve better direct communication is to visit one of the post offices located in the different cities of the country. Its main office is located at Academia Stefan Mladenov Street, Boulevard 31, 1700, Sofia. The offices are open during all working days from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In case you cannot reach any of the offices, you can contact them through the Bulgarian Posts contact number: +359 2 962 5329, +359 2 949 3280, or *7678.  You can also write your doubts, questions, or any other information through the following emails:

You can also find a lot of information about the services and products offered by Bulgarian Posts on its official website, /www.bgpost.bg/. On the site, you will find everything about national and international postal deliveries, money transfer services, and the full range of opportunities this company has to offer.

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