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Track your Pos Indonesia package easily with our tracking tool! This user-friendly online service, also accessible in English, empowers you to be your own shipment detective. Simply enter your tracking number and follow your package’s journey in real-time. Gain valuable information such as its current location, including sorting facilities and customs clearance stages (if applicable for international shipments). Stay informed throughout the delivery process with estimated delivery dates, ensuring a smooth and transparent experience for your domestic and international deliveries with Pos Indonesia Tracking.

How do I track my Pos Indonesia Shipments?

Tracking your Pos Indonesia shipments is easy! The process is designed to be straightforward and user-friendly, ensuring that you can effortlessly monitor your packages from dispatch to delivery. Here’s how you can track your shipment with Pos Indonesia:

  1. Find your tracking number: This unique identifier is provided when you send a package through Pos Indonesia. You can find it on your shipping receipt or in the confirmation email.
  2. Enter your tracking number: Head over to the Pos Indonesia tracking page on our website. Input your Pos Indonesia tracking number in the designated field.
  3. Check the status: Click on the “Track” button, and you’ll see the current status of your shipment, including its location and estimated delivery time.

Pos Indonesia Tracking Number

A Pos Indonesia tracking number is essential for monitoring your shipment. The unique Pos Indonesia Tracking code allows you to follow your package’s journey from the moment it leaves the sender to its final destination. Pos Indonesia tracking numbers are crucial as they provide real-time updates, ensuring you know exactly where your package is at any given moment.

Pos Indonesia tracking numbers usually consist of two capital letters at the beginning, followed by a 9-digit number, and ending with “ID,” which is Indonesia’s country code. For example, tracking numbers might look like EE108715726ID or EE108715730ID. You can find this number on your shipping receipt or in the email confirmation sent by Pos Indonesia. Keep this number handy for easy tracking and updates.

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How much time does Pos Indonesia typically need to deliver a package?

Delivery times for Pos Indonesia packages can vary based on the service selected and the destination. Typically, domestic deliveries take 1–4 days, while international deliveries take around 3–5 days. However, these times can differ depending on the local courier service and the chosen delivery option.

For instance, POS TKI Logistics estimates that deliveries to Jakarta and Java take about 2–3 weeks, while deliveries to Lampung and Madura can take around 3–4 weeks. Despite these variations, Pos Indonesia strives to deliver packages promptly, ensuring your items arrive safely and on time.

Customer Service

Pos Indonesia prides itself on providing excellent customer service. If you have any questions or need assistance, their friendly support team is always ready to help. Here’s how you can get in touch with them:

Whether you need help tracking a package or have general inquiries, the Pos Indonesia customer service team is committed to ensuring a smooth and satisfying experience.

About Pos Indonesia

Pos Indonesia’s history dates back to the 18th century, when the first post office was established in Batavia (now Jakarta) by General G.W. Baron van Imhoff on August 26, 1746. The primary goal was to ensure the safety of citizens’ letters, especially for those involved in trade, traveling from office to office outside Java, and for those coming and going from the Netherlands. Following the establishment of Batavia’s post office, another was built in Semarang four years later, in 1750, to create a better connection between these two locations and expedite the delivery process. The route taken at that time passed through Karawang, Cirebon, and Pekalongan.

Over the years, Pos Indonesia has undergone several changes in status. Initially, it operated as PTT (Post, Telegraph, and Telephone), focusing on public service rather than commercial operations. As national development progressed, its status evolved to Perusahaan Negara Pos dan Telekomunikasi (PN Postel). With the rapid development of postal and telecommunications services, in 1965, its status changed to Perusahaan Negara Pos dan Giro (PN Pos dan Giro). In 1978, it became Perum Pos dan Giro, consolidating its role in providing both postal services and postal giro for domestic and international relations. After seventeen years as Perum, in June 1995, the organization transformed into a limited company named PT Pos Indonesia (Persero).

As time progressed, Pos Indonesia showcased its ability to innovate and develop Indonesian postal services using its extensive infrastructure network. Today, it boasts around 24,000 service points, covering 100% of cities and districts, 100% of sub-districts, and 42% of wards and villages, including 940 locations in some of Indonesia’s most remote areas. With technological advancements, Pos Indonesia now operates over 3,800 online post offices and employs electric mobile posts in several major cities. Each service point forms part of a robust and integrated network. The introduction of the postal code system has further streamlined the delivery process, allowing for precise identification of every area in Indonesia.


Pos Indonesia Tracking is an essential tool for anyone sending or receiving packages through Pos Indonesia. With its easy-to-use system, you can effortlessly monitor your shipments and ensure they arrive safely and on time. From domestic deliveries to international shipments, Pos Indonesia offers a range of services to meet your needs. And with excellent customer support, you can rest assured that help is always available.