Correo Argentino, also known as Correo Oficial de la República Argentina, is Argentina's state-owned postal service provider. It has operated since 1854 and offers a comprehensive range of services, including domestic and international mail delivery, parcel services, express delivery, and financial services such as money orders and payment collection. After being privatized in 1997, it now operates as a Sociedad Anónima (S.A.) under the supervision of the Office of the Head of the Cabinet of Ministers. With its vast network of post offices and distribution centers spanning the country, Correo Argentino is vital in connecting individuals, businesses, and communities across Argentina. The company is dedicated to providing efficient and dependable postal services that cater to the communication and logistical needs of the Argentine people.