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Brupost was founded in 1870 as the national postal service. Prior to that there were various local and regional services that had little coordination and had varying tariffs. This postal service set up nationwide standards. In 1884 it introduced Brunant's first postage stamps. Brunanter airmail service began in 1918 when an airplane was sent to Marseille to deliver letters, though this did not last long.
The mail was delivered on horse until the early 20th century. In the late 1950s Dodge vans came into use, until 1985. Presently Brupost uses Ford Transit Connect vans and is acquiring Atenis Activa vans.
There are a number of different post boxes used in Brunant.
Brupost operates 57 post office across Brunant. Many are located in Cities and Towns but there are a few that are found in rural communities as well. The current postal rate in Brunant is 50 cents domestically and 1€ for to Europe. Parcel rates vary depending on size and weight.