Express Letters are a secure way of having important messages delivered the next working day (Mon-Fri).
Express Letters sent on working days (Mon-Fri) from postal outlets by the indicated time are delivered to addressees on the next working day (Mon-Fri) after leaving the items to postal outlet.
In designated areas, Express Letters will also be delivered on Saturdays, excluding public holidays. To check delivery areas, use the Delivery Time Inquiry.
The delivery time commitment does not apply to Express Letters left into a postbox or found among other mail.
250 mm x 353 mm x 30 mm.
90 mm x 140 mm.
|Indications and Codes||
An Exprès barcode label should be attached to Express Letters. In addition, Express Letters to be delivered on a Saturday require a label indicating Saturday Delivery.
Express Letters may be posted at a postal outlet, sorting office or terminal. Express Letters must not be left in a postbox. The postal service can also arrange collection of Express Letters from the sender (service subject to charge).
|Track & Trace|
Express Letters will be delivered to the addressees together with the standard deliveries. If the only address marked on the letter is a P.O. Box address, it will be delivered to the P.O. Box. If both a P.O. Box and a street address have been provided, the letter will be delivered to the street address.
|Restrictions as to Content||
The postal service can only assume responsibility for securities or other valuables if they are sent as Insured Items.