International Courier & Cargo Service For Mexico

The national postal service of Mexico is México, formerly known as Servicio Postal Mexicano (Sepomex). It has been in operation for more than a century, and its system has its beginnings in 1580.
The Postal Service received autonomy from the government in 1986. This was done to meet the need to improve the service, which was regarded as one of the worst in the world and was being challenged by more private businesses.

The Mexican Postal Service established a new entity called "Mexpost" in order to compete with private postal services like DHL, UPS, FedEx, Multipak, Estafeta, and others. Although "Mexpost" is more expensive than the typical postal service, it is also more effective because it operates as a private company while still being a part of the Mexican Postal Service.