Pošta Crne Gore

Pošta Crne Gore
TypeJoint-stock company
IndustryPostal service
Founded1841
HeadquartersPodgorica, Montenegro
Key people
Milan Martinović (CEO)
ProductsFirst-class and domestic mail, logistics
Number of employees
900[1]
Websitewww.postacg.me
Montenegro Post office, Kotor

Pošta Crne Gore (English: Montenegro Post) is Montenegro's national postal service. It was created on 31 December 1998 following the division of PTT Montenegro into two separate organisations, one handling telecommunications (Crnogorski Telekom) and one handling postal service (Pošta Crne Gore).

History

Public postal traffic was introduced in Montenegro in 1841. The first stamp was printed in 1874. Montenegro was admitted into the Universal Postal Union on 26 July 2006, almost two months after re-gaining independence.

The first postal service followed in 1854 by the first post office built on the territory of Montenegro, on the initiative of the Austrians.[2]

In 1903, the Montenegrin Post was the first in Europe to use motor vehicles to fulfill its mission of mail delivery.[2]

On October 28, 1998, the division of PTT Saobraćaja Crne Gore, a Montenegrin postal, telegraph and telephone company, into two new companies was approved: a postal operator (Pošta Crne Gore) and a telecommunications operator (Telekom Crne Gore).[3] It takes effect on December 31 of the same year.[4][5]

See also

References

  1. ^ About us
  2. ^ a b "Istorijat - postacg.me". Retrieved 2022-07-04.
  3. ^ "Profil Kompanije". postacg.me (in Montenegrin). Retrieved 18 April 2019..
  4. ^ "Filatelija kod nas". postacg.me (in Montenegrin). Retrieved 18 April 2019..
  5. ^ "Ključni datumi". telekom.me (in Montenegrin). Retrieved 18 April 2019..

External links

  • Official website (en)
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