World Post Day is celebrated on 9th October every year. Read the full article to know about it’s theme, history and significance.
World Postal is celebrated on 9th October to mark the establishment of Universal Postal Union (UPU) across the world. The post was established in 1874 in Swiss Capital, Bern.
This year theme of World Postal Day is ‘Innovate to recover ‘as UPU director said “When COVID-19 affected the world, including the Post still found a way to continue the offering services to the communities.”
He further said “ It is the innovativeness of their post and their resilience in serving communities that we are celebrating World Post Day. Together let us learn the lessons from arising COVID- 19 pandemic and understand that innovation is not accessory; it is the driving force behind recovery and makes the sector people crucial to millions of people.”
World Postal Day is celebrated to create awareness among people about Postal Sector in society which plays a very important roles in our personal and professional’s everyday life.
It also helps in overall social and economic development of the nations.
In more than 150 countries observe this day as working holiday. Many Postal Service Companies launch Their new product and services to their customers and some of the postal companies reward their employees for their best work in field of postal services.