Cargo/payload to the ISS are delivered regularly.
The International Space Station is a joint project between 14 countries: USA, Russia, Japan, Canada and the European Space Agency which includes Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, France, Sweden, Switzerland (Brazil and the United Kingdom were among the founding members).
The International Space Station has been in continuous use since November 20, 1998. Member nations have endorsed the joint venture until 2024, possibly extending the use of ISS until 2028.
The ISS is operated by: the Russian segment with its mission control center in Korolev; the USA segment at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space center in Houston; the European segment with its control center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany; and Japan’s Experiment Module “Kibo” from Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in Tsukuba.