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The Swiss postal service, formerly known as PTT, today operates internationally under the name "Swiss Post". In Switzerland, the company uses three different names: "Die Post" (in German), "La Poste" (in French) and "La Posta" (in Italian and Romantsch).

1850-1924

Swisspost-1850

1924-1928

Swisspost-1924

1928-1930

Swisspost-1928

1930-1937

Swiss-post-1930

1937-1941

Swisspost-1937

1941-1982

Swisspost-1941

1982-1994

This legendary PTT-Logo using the Swiss cross was designed by Martin Altenburger and famous Swiss typographer Adrian Frutiger.

Swisspost-1982

1994-1998

This logo (using the typeface Frutiger) was introduced when the old PTT was split into two separate companies: Swiss Post and Swisscom. The design still featured the PTT brand, but that was only to be an intermediary solution.

Swisspost-1994

1998-2009

Swiss Post 1998

In 1998 the PTT name was removed from the logo and the cross got slanted.

2009-present

Swiss Post 2009

In 2009 the logo was slightly altered, now using a customised version of the Frutiger typeface.

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