Mal­taPost sup­ports those trav­el­ling, mov­ing ad­dress or send­ing im­por­tant doc­u­ments

Malta Independent - - BUSINESS -

Of­fer­ing more than just the de­liv­ery of mail, Mal­taPost presents a suite of ser­vices to en­sure max­i­mum con­fi­den­tial­ity, se­cu­rity and peace of mind for cus­tomers who are away from their usual ad­dress, mov­ing to a new home or send­ing an im­por­tant doc­u­ment.

As cus­tomers go on a long hol­i­day, study or work abroad for a long pe­riod of time, Mal­taPost can hold on to their mail en­sur­ing that it does not accumulate in their let­ter­box. This Mal­taPost ser­vice, re­ferred to as Tem­po­rary Mail Cus­tody will en­sure that cus­tomers’ mail is re­tained for two months, and sent straight to the res­i­dents upon their re­turn. This not only en­sures that the mail does not fall into the wrong hands or gain the wrong at­ten­tion by sig­ni­fy­ing that the re­cip­i­ents are away from their res­i­dence but also keeps their mail safe un­til they re­turn.

With its Re­di­rect­ion Ser­vice, Mal­taPost of­fers a cost-ef­fec­tive way to en­sure that cus­tomers’ mail goes wher­ever they go. So whether it's for a few days or a per­ma­nent move in­clud­ing over­seas, Mal­taPost will en­sure that cus­tomers’ mail re­ceived in an old ad­dress is for­warded to their new ad­dress.

Mal­taPost also of­fers cus­tomers seek­ing proof that their item has been suc­cess­fully de­liv­ered, the op­por­tu­nity to reg­is­ter their mail at any Postal Out­let around Malta and Gozo. To en­sure that mail has ar­rived at their lo­cal or for­eign ad­dress, the Reg­is­tered Mail Ser­vice re­quests a sig­na­ture from the ad­dressee as proof that the item has been suc­cess­fully de­liv­ered. You can reg­is­ter postal items of up to 2 kg.

Every Reg­is­tered mail item has a tracking num­ber and there­fore its move­ment can be mon­i­tored through Mal­taPost’s Track and Trace sys­tem on www.mal­­trace.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to avail them­selves of these ser­vices, cus­tomers may visit the Mal­taPost web­site on www.mal­ or en­ter any Post Of­fice around the Mal­tese Is­lands.

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