The Postal Service came to Grenada during colonization by the British in the eighteenth century. Until January 23th, 1997 the Post Office served as a department within the Ministry of Communications and Works.
The Grenada Postal Corporation was established by Act 21 of 1996 which commenced on January 24th, 1997 to provide postal services on a strictly commercial basis. It operates forty-seven (47) sub-offices islandwide.
To be a profitable enterprise providing quality postal communication and related services.
Providing quality postal communication and related services to our customers in a timely, affordable, reliable and secure manner, using innovative means, with the objective of ensuring reasonable return to our stakeholders, a conducive and rewarding working environment for our employees and the development of the community which we serve.
To develop and maintain a profitable enterprise committed to meeting our customer's needs through innovative management at all levels, in a dynamic working environment.
The Corporation shall, in accordance with the policies determined by the Board, provide postal services throughout Grenada so as to satisfy all reasonable demands or anticipated demands for such services on a strictly commercial basis.
The Grenada Postal Corporation employs approximately one hundred and fifty (150) employees to serve its customers.
Our Service portfolio includes: