Georgian Post is a national postal service in Georgia. The history of the georgian post starts when Georgia became a part of the Russian Empire. In 1805 the first post office was opened in Tbilisi. Starting from 1922 there was a national USSR postal service working at the territory of Georgia. When Georgia left USSR in 1991 - it have created their own postal service and became a member of Universal Postal Union in 1993.
Georgian Post accepts to deliver letter, packages (up to 30 kg), delivered cargo within the country. Express mail service EMS is also available. International deliveries are carried about by air transport.
Tracking of packages is available on the official website of Georgian Post as well as on PackageRadar website.
The network of postal services in Georgia is not very broad, you can find all address on the official website. Most of the offices work from 10am to 17pm. The rating of Georgian Post is very high. Delivery of packages, some of which are from China, are on average 20 days.