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TrackingMore is a third party parcel tracking tool (also known as multi-carrier tracking tool) which supports online parcel tracking of worldwide 477 express and postal couriers. You can enter a tracking number, air waybill (AWB) number or reference number to track & trace a single international or domestic package, use CSV upload or restful shipment tracking API to track multiple packages.
If you check statuses of bulk international parcels shipping via Monaco EMS, TrackingMore will display all tracking details in one place, from both origin country and destination country.
You can subscribe email delivery notification in the Monaco EMS shipping tracking result page to auto send you alerts once there is an update of your order status.
If you want to find explanations of a specific tracking event, you can refer to "Tracking Status descriptions & suggestions".
Office website: http://www.lapostemonaco.mc/
Monaco EMS number rules :
( # Letter, * Digit, ! Letter Or Digit )
(E# *** *** *** MC ) （L# *** *** *** MC）
Contact Information : Tel: +377 99 99 80 80
Fax: +377 99 99 80 10
Email: [email protected]
About Monaco EMS
The Principality of Monaco, situated between Liguria and Antibes, experiencing significant postal traffic in the middle of the seventeenth century. Monaco's postal service is provided by France following the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of Friendship Peronne in 1640, signed by King Louis XIII and Prince Honoré II. Moreover, the Principality, whose territory extended to Roquebrune and Menton, two cities that have seceded in 1848, was reduced to its present boundaries by the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of February 2, 1861 between the Emperor Napoleon III and Prince Charles III. Near the Convention on November 9, 1865, the postal service had been identified actually.