"Chapar" means "Courier"

, referring to the postal service used during the Achaemenid era.

The system was created by Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire, and later developed by Darius the Great, as the royal method of communication throughout the expanding territory. The Chapar system had many stations mainly located along the Royal Road, a 2500 km ancient highway, connecting most of the major cities of the empire. Express couriers received provisions and swift horses at each station along the way, enabling them to complete their entire journey. Chaparex, founded in the Achaemenid era and developed by modern technology, ready to "bring your regards to entire the world."