Magyar Posta

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Magyar Posta Zrt.
Type State-Owned Limited company
Industry Postal Service
Founded 1867
Headquarters Budapest, Hungary
Key people György Csáki , Chairman
Ildikó Szűts, Head manager
Owners State of Hungary
Divisions MPL (Magyar Posta Logistics)
Subsidiaries Posta Kézbesítő LLC
Postaautó Duna Zrt.
Posta Pénzszolgáltató JSC
JNT Security Logisztikai és Biztonsági LLC
Website www.posta.hu

Magyar Posta Zrt. (Hungarian for "Hungarian Post JSC") is the postal administration of Hungary. Besides normal mail delivery, Magyar Posta also offers logistics, banking, and marketing services.

History[edit]

Főhatósággá became independent in 1983 under the name Magyar Posta. On January 1 1990, the unified Magyar Posta was divided into three organizations, and broke off the privilege of broadcasting and telephone service. The formation of the Hungarian Telecommunications Company, the Hungarian Broadcasting Company and the Hungarian Post, which operates a separate and independent corporations. The Hungarian Post Company was placed under the Minister of Transport.

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