Mexico Post, or Correos de México, was founded in 1907, the “Palacio Postal’, also called “Quinta Casa de Correos”. However, very early since 1580, Mexico already had a native postal service, whose major work was to communicate with Spain. Later in 1921, Mexican government took part in the development of the “Unión Panamericana de Correos”, which Spain joined in 1931 and apply “Unión Postal de las Américas y España” as a substitute, meaning American and Spain Postal Union. Then in 1990, Portugal also participated in the union thus changed the name again to Unión Postal de las Américas, España y Portugal.
In 2008, Mexican president ordered to rebranded it as Correos de México. Soon, operations are streamlined, performance are improved and postal outlets are expanded to non-conventional sites.