|Government-owned corporation (to become Publicily held corporation in 2013)|
|Predecessor||PN Pos dan Telekomunikasi (1961–65)
PN Pos dan Giro (1965–78)
Perum Pos dan Giro (1978–95)
|Founded||6 June 1995|
|Gilarsi Wahyu Setijono, CEO|
|Services||Mail and logistics|
|Revenue||Rp 2.4 trillion (2009)|
|Profit||Rp 84 billion (2009)|
Postal service in colonial Dutch East Indies was provided by the Post- Telegraaf- en Telefoondienst (PTT; Post, Telegraph, and Telephone Service), established in 1906. On 27 September 1945, following the proclamation of Indonesia's independence, the central PTT office in Bandung was seized from occupying Japanese forces. It became a state-owned company in 1961 and then split in 1965 to form two separate companies, one providing telecommunication services and the other mail and giro. The new mail services company was reorganized in 1978. A government decree came into effect on 6 June 1995 to create the current Pos Indonesia.
Pos Indonesia operates in 11 regional divisions across the country, each covering multiple provinces. Each region operates several hundred inner city, outer city, and remote locations. There are 3,700 post offices nationwide with 3,190 post offices provide money transfer services in cooperation with Western Union.
- Region I (Medan branch): Aceh, North Sumatra
- Region II (Padang branch): Riau, Riau Islands, West Sumatra
- Region III (Palembang branch): Bengkulu, Jambi, South Sumatra, Bangka–Belitung Islands, Lampung
- Region IV (Jakarta branch): Banten, Jakarta, West Java
- Region V (Bandung branch): Banten, West Java
- Region VI (Semarang branch): Central Java, Yogyakarta
- Region VII (Surabaya branch): East Java
- Region VIII (Denpasar branch): Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara
- Region IX (Banjarbaru branch): West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan
- Region X (Makassar branch): North Sulawesi, Gorontalo, Central Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi
- Region XI (Jayapura branch): North Maluku, Maluku, West Papua, Papua
Late delivery, theft and loss of mail are common at Pos Indonesia. Private courier services such as JNE or Tiki are the preferred means of sending mail within Indonesia.
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- "Divisi Regional PT Pos Indonesia (Persero)" [Regional Divisions of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero)] (in Indonesian). Pos Indonesia. Retrieved 1 July 2010.
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