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How to check the status of Bosnia And Herzegovina Post online
If you are expecting a courier from Bosnia And Herzegovina Post, you can easily check the status of your shipment at any time. One way is to go to the Bosnia And Herzegovina Post official website and monitor your courier's location online, while the other is to remain in this portal and follow the steps below.
- Get your tracking number. Your Bosnia And Herzegovina Post waybill number/reference number can be found on the Bosnia And Herzegovina Post receipt or SMS which you should have received while sending the parcel.
- Enter your Bosnia And Herzegovina Post tracking/consignment number and click on track.
- Wait 1-3 seconds for your Bosnia And Herzegovina Post shipping status to appear under the form.
Official Bosnia And Herzegovina Post Contact Information
Contact details of Bosnia And Herzegovina Post for various cities are listed below along with respective Bosnia And Herzegovina Post customer care numbers, emails, and their office addresses.
Address: Sarajevo, Obala Kulina bana 8
Phone: 033 252 613
Email: [email protected]
Official Website: http://www.posta.ba/
About Bosnia And Herzegovina Post Services
The development of organized delivery of messages and post items in Bosnia and Herzegovina may be traced back to the time of ancient Rome when this transport was carried out along the so-called “Roman Road,” which went through Bosnia and Herzegovina to Pannonia in the hinterland. The transport was resumed in the next period via the so-called “Narentine (Neretvian) Road,” which runs from Dubrovnik to Drijevo Port near Gabela. Following the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria-postal Hungary’s and telegraph services saw drastic changes in their organization and network, which were adjusted and harmonized with the country’s governmental, military, economic, political, and geostrategic goals. Military post offices were constructed immediately upon the capture of Sarajevo, in 1878/79. Their headquarters and distribution centers were also constructed. As a result, regular mail service was established across the Monarchy.
In early September of 1878, news of the opening of telegraph stations in Derventa, Doboj, Maglaj, Banja Luka, Sarajevo, and Travniku was broadcast. Telegraph stations were established at Zenica and Busovaa subsequently. Telegraph stations began working continuously 24 hours a day in Brko, Jajce, Livno, Prijedor, Tuzla, Zvornik, Biha, Gorade, Mostar, Trebinje, and other cities in October.
In the event that the Consignment/Reference Number/Order Number do not match
The reasons could be 1 or more of the following:
- Incorrect Consignment/Reference Number Number entry.
- Invalid Consignment/Reference Number entry. The Consignment number varies between 7 to 11 digits only. Please re-check the numbers you have entered.
- For multiple queries, please separate each Consignment or reference number with a comma only e.g. 111111,2222222,3333333
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