Israel Postal Company

Israel Post is the trading name of the Israel Postal Company (Hebrew: דואר ישראל, romanized: Do'ar Yisra'el),[2] formerly called the Israel Postal Authority, which is a government-owned corporation that provides postal services in Israel.

Israel Postal Company
דואר ישראל
IndustryPostal Services, courier, banking
FoundedMinistry of Transport, Postal, Telegraph and Radio (1948-1987)
Israel Postal Authority (1987-2006)
Israel Post (2006-present)
Area served
ProductsLetter post, parcel service, EMS, delivery, freight forwarding, third-party logistics, deposit accounts
Revenue1,750,000,000[citation needed]
OwnerGovernment of Israel (80%)
Other (20%)[1]
Number of employees
SubsidiariesBank Hado'ar (Post Bank)
Ford F-1 truck used by Israel Postal Company in 1948-1949, now at Eretz Israel Museum, Philatelic Building
Jerusalem Central Post Office, Jaffa Road, Jerusalem

Israel Post has 5,000 employees,[1] including 1,650 mail delivery staff and 2,000 postal clerks manning 700 post office branches around the country. It has a network of 4,262 mail boxes and 1,000 mail trucks. Some 2.5 million postal items are sorted every day.[3]

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