PTT Turkish Post tracking
PTT Turkish Post
The Turkish postal operator PTT (Posta ve Telgraf Teşkilatı), internationally better known as Turkish Post, provides its customers with a wide range of services, including postal, banking, logistics, and insurance operations. The service work dates back to 1840, and on July 1, 1875, it became a member of the Air Force. Today, its headquarters is located in Ankara, and employees provide quality service to the entire country.
PTT actively cooperates with other global postal operators, so customers can easily use various online shopping services. So, for example, the most common are deliveries of goods from such popular online stores as eBay, Aliexpress, and Gearbest. The process of sending such a shipment, as a rule, takes about a month.
Posta ve Telgraf Teşkilatı also provides access to Eurogiro and Western Union international banking services, and insurance operations, allows paying bills, and buying tickets, and provides the ability to send copies of documents, graphic objects, printed materials, or manuscripts through a special Tele-Post service.
The services of the Turkish Post can be used both by visiting the post office and online using a special application.
How to track a Turkish Post order?
The Turkish postal operator PTT (Turkish Post) allows its clients to track their shipments in real time by using a unique track code that is automatically assigned to each person. You can find it on the order page or ask it from the seller or distributor.
This service is available in the PTT application, on the company’s official website, or online resource steshka.net. You just need to enter the shipment number in the special search window and click the «Track» button. After that, the system will automatically generate a report in which all the requested information will be provided.
It is worth noting that when you use the service through the official application or website of Turkish Post, the data will be provided exclusively in English and Turkish, which is not very convenient. Therefore, to obtain information in other languages, it is better to use a third-party resource, for example, steshka.net.