Click on the Track courier button after entering your Senegal Post tracking/consignment number.
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Senegal Post tracking and Delivery Status online
To track Senegal Post shipments, packets, cargo, or parcels, Ecouriertracking.com offers an online automated tracking system. Instead of visiting a delivery location or calling a customer service center, you can check the status of your package online.
How to check the status of Senegal Post online
If you are expecting a courier from Senegal Post, you can easily check the status of your shipment at any time. One way is to go to the Senegal 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 Senegal Post waybill number/reference number can be found on the Senegal Post receipt or SMS which you should have received while sending the parcel.
- Enter your Senegal Post tracking/consignment number and click on track.
- Wait 1-3 seconds for your Senegal Post shipping status to appear under the form.
Official Senegal Post Contact Information
Contact details of Senegal Post for various cities are listed below along with respective Senegal Post customer care numbers, emails, and their office addresses.
Address: Peytavin Avenue, Dakar, Senegal
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 33 839 34 34
Official Website: http://www.laposte.sn/
About Senegal Post Services
La Poste Senegal is the government-owned organization in charge of Senegal’s postal services. The Universal Postal Union is a member of La Poste Senegal. Senegal’s postal system was established at the time of the country’s colonial takeover, and it acted as a crucial tool of colonialism. There was no structured postal system prior to colonialism. Instead, information was conveyed on foot or by horseback, with kings and local authorities acting as intermediaries. Previously, critical messages were transmitted across small distances using drums played to a certain beat. This was used to notify weddings, births, baptisms, deaths, enemy attacks, and military expedition preparations.
During colonialism, a faster mode of communication emerged. Communication with other rulers and their citizens distributed around the country became an increasingly pressing need for monarchs. They established an epistolary service in their courts from then on, whose job it was to carry correspondences. This system, which was beginning to resemble a postal service, was run by people who spoke Arabic, French, and other African languages. By 1626, when postal cooperation between Senegal and France began, a full-fledged postal service had been established in Senegal.
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
- Incorrect Option Selection. You may have selected a Consignment option and entered a Reference Number, or vice versa. Please re-check your entry option.
- There is no information on the Consignment/Reference Number/Order Number you have entered. Please try again later after some time.