History of Logos
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Category: India Logos
||India Post, India's Department of Post, is a government operated postal system in India; it is generally referred to within India as "the post office". The Indian Postal Service, with 155,333 post offices, is the most widely distributed post office system in the world (China is next, with 57,000). The large numbers are a result of a long tradition of many disparate postal systems which were unified in the Indian Union post-Independence. Owing to this far-flung reach and its presence in remote areas, the Indian postal service is also involved in other services such as small savings banking and financial services.|
India Post unveiled a new logo in September 2008 to signify that it is all set to attune to the world class postal systems. The new logo has a rectangle in the shape of an envelope in deep red with the image of birds’ wings in bright yellow. Red symbolises the traditional association with post office, along with passion, power and commitment, while yellow communicates hope, joy and happiness. It sends the message of India Post as a dynamic organisation with modern and professional approach in its service to the common man, business and corporate clients.
India Post will very soon acquire a number of aircrafts to carry
letters, parcels and logistic consignments for making overnight
delivery in major towns of the country. India Post will also offer a host
of new customer services to be launched very soon. These
will include express parcel post retail service, gift parcel post
service, logistics post air service, sale of gold coins through retail
post, express money order service, speed post call centres and a range
of new international services. The unveiling of the logo marks a new beginning in the journey of India Post.
The new logo was built with the help of Ogilvy and Mather.
The original logo shown alongside is relatively plain but similar to the new logo. The existing logo of India Post was designed in 1995 with the help of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. The department says that the need for a change was felt because of the rapid transformation in the Indian economy and the need to create a newer and more energetic feel for India Post. A corporate logo was launched on World Post Day in 1993 (October 9, 1993), representing dynamism and action
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