HUDDERSFIELD'S postal workers are the tops.
Official figures have revealed that more than 95% of mail sent first class in the town got to where it should be the next day.
It's a figure that puts Huddersfield as the best-performing area in the country for ensuring next-day deliveries.
Royal Mail area manager Andy Lamb said: "These results are a credit to the hard work and dedication of all our staff and we will continue to work hard to stay at the top of the league."
Royal Mail statistics covering April to December last year show 95.1% of first-class mail posted in the HD postcode area got to its destination the following day.
Regulators set the national target as 92.5%.
The achievement won praise today from official regulators.
Judith Donovan, chairman of Postwatch Northern England, said: "Twelve of the 30 postcodes in northern England feature in the top 20 performing postcodes and 29 out of the 30 are meeting at the very least their minimum target, which is very pleasing."
The figures are released in the week after Royal Mail warned that reliability in some parts of the country fell after strikes in the autumn.
Bradford was second out of 122 postcodes with 94.8% and Sheffield third with 94.7%.
But both Wakefield and Halifax fell behind target. A 91.4% success rate was recorded for WF postcodes and 91.5% for the HX district.
The Royal Mail recently announced plans to end second deliveries in areas in and around Huddersfield. Those changes started to take effect last month.