Pos Indonesia (Indonesia Post)
Pos Indonesia is the official postal service provider in Indonesia, owned by the state. It has been in its current form since 1995 and is divided into 11 regional divisions. Initially, postal services in colonial Dutch East Indies were provided by the Postal, Telegraph, and Telephone Service, established in 1906. However, following Indonesia's independence on September 27, 1945, the headquarters of PTT in Bandung was taken over by Japanese forces. In 1961, it became a state-owned company and later divided into two separate entities in 1965, one focusing on telecommunications services and the other on mail and giro services. The postal company underwent further restructuring in 1978. On June 6, 1995, the current Pos Indonesia was established through a government decree.