Surinamese Post (Surpost)
At the end of the 18th century, the first post office in Suriname was established by the British. It remained in operation until 1815 In that year, Suriname was at the Treaty of Paris, a Dutch colony. By the Act of April 4, 1993, the Surinamese Post Office 'Surpost' by default. Surpost was established as a legal entity 'Sui Generis' since this legal form provides for the exercise of government influence on the public utility functions of the postal service. That Surpost partly succeeded in this, has been noticeably when the Business Unit cargo in March 2010 was chosen by the Surinamese community 'Best Service 2010 For this she received the award from 2009 to 2010 in the category of Customer Service Providers.