Pos Malaysia stays abreast with the postal development in the international arena with its global counterparts through its participation in the Universal Postal Union (UPU), Asian-Pacific Postal Union (APPU), Commonwealth Conference of Postal Administrations (CCPA) and Asean Postal Business Meeting (ASEANPOST).
Universal Postal Union (UPU)
The postal administration of Malaysia joined the Universal Postal Union (UPU) as a member in 1957. The UPU is a specialised Agency of the United Nations and was established in 1874 with the role of coordinating the postal communications system among member countries. Its membership currently stands at 192 countries. Malaysia, a current member of the UPU Operational Council, has also been an active participant in the UPU Congress as well as in the meetings of its Executive Council.
Asian-Pacific Postal Union (APPU)
APPU is a regional postal organisation formed with the purpose of extending, facilitating, improving and promoting postal relations between member countries. Pos Malaysia has been a member of APPU since 1976 and was host to the APPU Executive Council meeting held in Kuala Lumpur in 1986.
Conference of Commonwealth Postal Administrations (CCPA)
The Conference of Commonwealth Postal Administrations (CCPA) is a forum for postal operators to assemble once every two or three years. Members of these meetings exchange and review information, discuss ways and means to strengthen postal cooperation, enhance quality of services and promote postal reforms among member countries.
Asean Postal Business Meeting (ASEANPOST)
ASEANPOST was established in 1992 exclusively for the postal operators in ASEAN countries. Heads of ASEANPOST meet annually to exchange views and share experiences and best practices for postal reforms and business development among member countries.