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  • Philippines - October 18, 2017

    Philippines Post has informed us, due to a nationwide transport strike government work was suspended on 16 on 17 October 2017. Delivery of all categories of mail (letter mail, parcels and EMS) is being affected. Delivery delays can be expected for the rest of this week due to the backlog of mail.

  • Italy - October 18, 2017

    The strike in Italy has ended. We expect that normal delivery times will resume after the backlog has been cleared.

  • Ireland - October 18, 2017

    Due to bad weather as a result of hurricane Ophelia, postal services are suspended in some areas of Ireland. Some delay can be expected.

  • Greece - October 18, 2017

    Greece Post has been applying new customs procedures on both International and domestic mail collection and delivery. Due to an adjustment period, deliveries can be delayed.

  • Costa Rica - October 18, 2017

    Correos de Costa Rica, wishes to inform that postal services have been restored in much of the country after Tropical Storm Nate; however, in some offices, operations have resumed at reduced capacity, leading to potential delivery delays for letters, parcels and EMS items. The postal codes corresponding to the offices with reduced capacity are as follows: 10309, 10312, 10601, 10603-10606, 11901, 11905, 11910, 11911, 30107, 30803, 50204, 50303, 50304, 50306, 50501, 50502, 50702, 50703, 50801-50805, 60102, 60103, 60103, 60106, 60109, 60111, 60114, 60115, 60116, 60204, 60205, 60301, 60303, 60304, 60306, 60308, 60401, 60402, 60402, 60403, 60502, 60601, 60603, 60702, 60901 and 61101.

  • South Africa - October 13, 2017

    Very poor service has been observed for mail into South Africa. South Africa Post Office has advised this is due to abnormally high import volumes of small Packets, Parcels, EMS and Registered mail. Volumes to them have been increasing steeply with a 400% increase recorded on Registered mail in the last 3 months. This has created bottlenecks in their processing locations due to space constraints and processing capacity. The communicated recovery plan expected at the end of October does not look to have resolved the issues and with the peak Christmas volumes, this is likely to increase delays. Untracked mail, Signed, EMS and Parcels are all showing severe delays of up to 35 days. In the light of previous SA Post Office backlog recoveries, we believe the situation will not improve until after peak period has passed.

  • New Zealand - October 13, 2017

    New Zealand Post advised us that Auckland Airport operation has returned to normal after damage to aviation fuel pipeline. Fuel rationing will continue through to early 2018 but should not impact on airline operations. Expect mail processing to be back to normal by the start of next week.

  • France - October 13, 2017

    The strikes in France over pension reform continue, and stopped Dover-Calais operations this morning 12 October. This action is again likely to affect road networks, fuel refineries and other industrial sites. Mail movement continues to be interrupted into and out of France, delays of 36 hours for outbound mail and 24 hours for inward items can be expected.

  • Cyprus - October 13, 2017

    Cyprus Post has informed us that their postal workers union have announced a half-day strike for Monday 16 October 2017. This will affect both international and domestic dispatches and delivery of items in all mail classes.

  • Brazil - October 13, 2017

    The strike that caused the transportation issues to Brazil has ended on 9 October. We expect that the delivery times will recover in the upcoming weeks as backlogs in Brazil are being cleared.

  • Anguilla, British Virgin Islands and Saint Martin - October 13, 2017

    Postal services on St. Martin, British Virgin Islands and Anguilla have resumed. We expect normal delivery times to resume in the upcoming weeks.

  • France - October 10, 2017

    Another strike has been announced for Tuesday 10 October by the road transport trade unions CFDT and CFTC. This is likely to again affect the port, refineries, road network and other industrial sites. Mail movement into and out of France will be affected and can expect delay of up to 36 hours. Import into the UK may also experience delays up to 24 hrs.

  • Dominica - October 10, 2017

    Dominica Postal Service has updated us on the situation following the hurricane impact. They are still not in a position to accept mail and estimate that it will be up to a month before they are operational again. The hurricanes have caused damage to infrastructure leading to loss of electricity supply, damage to post office and customs computers and equipment, damaged mail transportation vehicles and damage to surveillance cameras.

  • Costa Rica - October 10, 2017

    Correos de Costa Rica, wishes to inform that, as a result of Tropical Storm Nate, the Government of the Republic of Costa Rica has declared a state of national emergency. All postal services have thus been suspended as of 5 October 2017. This will lead to delays in the processing and delivery of letter mail, parcels and EMS items.

  • Belgium - October 10, 2017

    A Public Sector strike has been announced for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 in Belgium. While road blockades are not expected, mail and parcel processing by Belgium Post will be affected and we expect delays of up to 36 hours within Belgium.

  • Vanuatu - October 4, 2017

    Due to the eruption of Manaro volcano and the declaration of a state of emergency by the Government of Vanuatu, the Postal operator at Vanuatu has suspended all postal operation (Letters, Parcels, EMS) to the Island of Ambae (international mail processing centre codes VUVLOD and VUVNDU). Mail to rest of Vanuatu is still operational but mail for the Island of Ambae will be significantly delayed after arrival at Vanuatu until the Island resume mail operation which we will updates when information becomes available.

  • French Caribbean Territories: Sain Barthelemy, Saint Martin Guadeloupe & Martinique - October 4, 2017

    French Post, La Poste, has updated us on the following territories after the recent Hurricanes: Postcodes beginning with '971' are now back to normal as of 4 October 2017, except deliveries to - St Martin (postcode 97150) and Saint Barthélemy (postcode 97133). These areas will continue to experience disruption until the end of October.

  • Mexico - October 4, 2017

    Due to bad weather the national highways have been closed since Tuesday, September 26th from Nuevo Laredo - Monterrey. Operation will be restored until the Government of Mexico announces otherwise.

  • France - October 4, 2017

    French Drivers have maintained blockades on many major roads and fuel depots including roads around Calais since Monday 25 September as a continuation from the 1 day General strike. While the strike around the port has temporarly finished today, there are still extensive delays around Calais and the channel tunnel with further disruptions expected after the drivers meet tomorrow (5 October). Mail movement in to and out of France is therefore affected with delays of up to 48 hours. Import into the UK may also experience delays up to 24 hrs. In addition, the blockades have also affected road trucks with mail travelling through France to: Germany, Switzerland (not PFW products) and Italy (Not PFW products) where similar delay can be expected.

  • Mexico - September 27, 2017

    Servicio Postal Mexicano, has informed the USPS that due to the earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday, 9/19, operations at Mexico City International Airport have been temporarily halted. The USPS is continuing to accept mail for Mexico and currently expects to resume dispatches on Monday, 9/25. Customers may anticipate delivery delays.

  • Italy - September 27, 2017

    The workers strike at Poste Italiane that started on Monday 18th of September is slowing down the operations of international parcels and delivery. Delays can be expected. It is not yet confirmed until when the strike will last.

  • Dominica - September 27, 2017

    Due to the results of Hurricane Maria, all postal services on the island have been suspended until further notice. As reported by the Prime Minister, many buildings, private and public, including the main general hospital and those serving as hurricane shelters, were compromised. There is no communication with the communities outside of the capital Roseau, but people who have walked into the capital from outlying areas report that all homes have been destroyed. There is no electricity, running water, or telecommunication services. There is an urgent need for tarpaulins and other relief supplies.

  • Brazil - September 27, 2017

    Empresa Brasileira de Correios e Telégrafos, wishes to inform that in some regions of the country, a strike has been affecting delivery operations since Wednesday, 20 September 2017. A business continuity plan is in place to ensure normality in the provision of services and minimize possible impacts. However, the partial work stoppage may affect the delivery of inbound postal items (letter post, parcels and EMS items).

  • Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin - September 21, 2017

    La Poste, the designated operator of France, wishes to inform that the extreme weather conditions in the Caribbean, strongly affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria, have seriously impacted its operations in the following territories: Saint Martin (French part of the Island); Saint Barthélemy; Guadeloupe; and Martinique. Situation on 20 September 2017: · Saint Barthélemy: all addresses with postcode 97133: no postal services available until further notice; · Saint Martin (French part of the Island): all addresses with postcode 97150: no postal services available until further notice; · Guadeloupe: all other postcodes starting with 971: operations heavily impacted; expect delays in delivery services in most areas of the territory. Flights to PTP are often cancelled and/or dedicated to first aid response for the populations of Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy; · Martinique, postcodes starting 972: postal services are OK, but flights to this destination are also heavily impacted; expect delays and disruption.

  • New Zealand - September 21, 2017

    Due to a damaged fuel pipeline at Auckland Airport, fuel supplies to all airlines are being rationed. This leads to the cancellation of some domestic flights and flights to Australia. Additionally, some long distance flight services are making extra stopovers to refuel outside Auckland. Outbound international mail is flowing without restrictions, but with some additional stopovers on route. It is estimated that it will take 10 to 14 days to repair the pipeline.

  • Mexico - September 21, 2017

    Due to the earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, inbound and outbound postal operations are suspended until further notice at Mexico City International Airport. Local mail delivery in the affected regions south of Mexico City, mainly Chiapas and Oaxaca, will experience delays.

  • Dominican Republic - September 15, 2017

    The Postal Operator of the Dominican Republic has informed us that postal operations have resumed following the passage of Hurricane Irma.

  • Australia - September 15, 2017

    Due to extreme weather on Thursday 14 September 2017 mail processing at Sydney Airport is disrupted. Delays on dispatches from New South Wales are impacting the entire Outbound Network. Delays on all products are to be expected.

  • South Korea - September 11, 2017

    Due to a 10-day period of national holidays, running from 30 September to 9 October 2017, there will an operational stoppage for 10 days resulting in the shut-down of the office of exchange, the domestic mail centre and delivery offices. Delays can be expected in the processing of inbound and outbound postal streams.

  • France - September 11, 2017

    On Tuesday 12 September 2017, a general and nationwide strike is due to take place across France. Many companies and public services will be affected, including the transport sector. This may affect inbound and outbound mail and parcel operations with possible delays as a result.

  • Dominican Republic - September 7, 2017

    Instituto Postal Dominicano, asks us to inform that due to Hurricane Irma, a major Category 5 storm which hit the country in the early hours of 7 September 2017 with wind speeds of 290 km/h, all postal services have been suspended.

  • Switzerland - September 7, 2017

    Swiss Post (CH) would like to inform that a landslide occurred on 23rd August 2017 and affecting Bergell/Egadin (Canton Graubünden) in the Eastern part of Switzerland is making it difficult, and in some parts even impossible, to deliver postal items in the postcode areas 7602 - 7610. Some households will stay evacuated for the next two months or even longer until the imminent danger of landslides has passed.

  • Hurricane Irma - Impact to Latin America & Caribbean Mail Services - September 7, 2017

    Due to the imminent impact of Hurricane Irma in the South of Florida, we are holding mail volumes destined to Latin America and the Caribbean. Service will resume once we get the all clear that mail can be processed. IMEX is working on alternative routing options in case of major disruptions into Latin America and Caribbean.

  • Hong Kong and Macau - September 1, 2017

    On August 23, Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, causing severe flooding. Flights at Hong Kong Airport were cancelled or delayed. In addition, road and rail traffic were disrupted. On August 27, Hong Kong and Macau where hit by tropical storm Pakhar, causing flooding and disrupting road and air traffic. Given these severe circumstances, delays are to be expected in mail and parcel processing and delivery. Upon availability we will provide you with further updates.

  • Thailand - August 30, 2017

    Thailand Post has informed us that mail operations and transportation have returned to normal after heavy rains and flooding in the North Eastern and upper central parts of the country.

  • UK - August 28, 2017

    There is a Bank Holiday today in the UK. No collections or deliveries today.

  • Spain - August 18, 2017

    Due to recent terrorist incident, the collection and delivery of all mail is disrupted and subsequent delays are expected in Barcelona & Tarragona areas (Zip codes: 08002, 08003, 08007, 08010 & 43850) The disruption is ongoing and an update will be provided once more information is available.

  • Italy - August 11, 2017

    We would like to inform you that the Italian postal unions expanded their strike actions. After the employees in Tuscany already went on strike from July 22 to August 20, the Emilia-Romagna region now follows and start a strike from August 1 to August 21. Therefore please expect possible delays in the processing and delivery of your mail and parcel shipments to and from Italy.

  • Thailand - August 2, 2017

    Thailand Post has informed us that there is delay in mail operations and transportation due to heavy rains and flooding in the North Eastern and upper central parts of the country. The delivery of letter post, parcels and EMS items is affected throughout the following postcode areas: 33xxx, 34xxx, 37xxx, 40xxx, 41xxx, 44xxx, 46xxx, 47xxx, 48xxx, 49xxx, 64xxx, 65xxx, 66xxx and 67xxx. Thailand Post will inform us when the situation returns to normal but delays of over a week should be expected in the above areas.

  • Canada (British Columbia) - July 17, 2017

    To help reconnect displaced residents with the postal system as quickly as possible, Canada Post is asking for residents to register for their Mail Forwarding Service. This is an important service not just for ongoing mail and parcels, but it also provides a vital link with government and relied agencies going forward. By registering, Canada Post will be able to ship mail and parcels to a different address selected by the customer, as well as reprocess and ship existing mail and parcels. This can be done on a short-term basis or longer periods, even if the address is temporary. All effected British Columbia residents with postal codes with the following 3 digits are eligible for this service: V0E, V0K, V0L, V2G & V2J.

  • New Zealand - July 13, 2017

    Severe winter conditions will have impact on the delivery of all mail and parcels on the South Island and Central/Lower parts of the North Island. Delays are to be expected. The situation is expected to return to normal at the end of this week. We will inform you if the situation changes.

  • Canada - July 11, 2017

    Canada Post is working on contingency measures to serve the residents of British Columbia displaced by the fires. We will communicate details as soon as possible, as delivery is currently suspended to the ares of: Ashcroft, Cache Creek, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, Lac la Hache, Little Fort, Alexis Creek, Hanceville, Nemiah Valley, 150 Mile House, Riske Creek, Miocene, Horsefly, Big Lake, Likely, Williams Lake, Anahim Lake, Nimpo Lake, and parts of Quesnel. All mail and parcels destined for these locations will be held securely until plans are in place.

  • Philippines - July 11, 2017

    Due to an ongoing armed conflict in Marawi City, delays in the processing of mail and parcels to and from Marawi City can be expected. We will informed you when the situation improves.

  • Chile - June 9, 2017

    Correos, Chilean Post has informed us that the strike by Chilean customs staff from 24th May 2017 is officially over. Correos is working to restore normal operations as quickly as possible.

  • Chile - May 26, 2017

    Correos Chile has confirmed that delays will be experienced in the processing of all inbound/outbound mail as a result of industrial action by Chilean customs staff which began on Wednesday 24 May 2017.

  • French Polynesia - May 24, 2017

    The strike at the Tahiti Fa'a'a International Airport ended on the 21 May. However, all processing of incoming and outgoing should be back to normal by the 24th of May.

  • Greece - May 17, 2017

    We have been informed that the Confederation of Greece workers have announced a 24-hours strike on Wednesday 17th May 2017. This action will effect International mail collection and delivery.

  • French Polynesia - May 17, 2017

    We have been informed that owning to indefinite strike at the Tahiti Fa'a'a International Airport as of 15 May 2017, all processing of incoming and outgoing mail will be severely affected.

  • Vanuatu - May 10, 2017

    We have been informed that Cyclone Donna, a category 5 storm, is affecting the whole of Vanuatu. Airlines have suspended flights. The receipt and dispatch of letter post, parcel post and EMS items has been suspended until the situation returns to normal.

  • Romania - May 10, 2017

    We have been informed the snowfall has now cleared and all services are back to normal.

  • Czech Republic - May 10, 2017

    We have been informed that the heavy snowfall that disrupted service has now cleared and all services have returned to normal.

  • Finland - April 28, 2017

    Finland post has informed us due to Industrial Action, mail posted to and from Finland recently may be delivered later than expected.

  • Romania - April 21, 2017

    We have been informed due to heavy snowfalls, delays may occur in mail deliveries/pickups, especially in these areas: 810XXX, 800XXX, 805300, 820XXX, 710XXX and 720XXX.

  • Czech Republic - April 21, 2017

    We have been informed that due to heavy snowfall, that delays to mail deliveries are likely may occur in the following areas: 790xx, 770xx, 779xx and 792xx.

  • Guatemala - April 11, 2017

    On April 11, 2017, the Postal Service™ announced the suspension of most mail services to Guatemala. Until further notice, all Post Offices™ and other acceptance locations must not accept any mail destined to the country of Guatemala, other than Global Express Guaranteed® (GXG®) service, which is still available. The suspension affects Priority Mail Express International® (PMEI), Priority Mail International® (PMI), First-Class Mail International® (FCMI), First-Class Package International Service® (FCPIS®), International Priority Airmail® (IPA®), International Surface Air Lift® (ISAL®), and M-Bag® items. For already deposited items other than GXG addressed to Guatemala, Postal Service employees must endorse them “Mail Service Suspended — Return to Sender” and then place them in the mail stream for return. For any returned item bearing a customs form, as well as any item shipped with Priority Mail Express International service, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service. For all other returned items not bearing a customs declarations form, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service, or the sender may remail them with the existing postage once service to Guatemala has been restored. When remailing under this option, customers must cross out the markings “Mail Service Suspended — Return to Sender.”

  • Canada - April 11, 2017

    In observation of the Easter Holiday, Canada Post will be closed on April 14th & 17th. No mail will be received or processed on those days. Canada Post will resume their regular operations Tuesday April 18th.

  • Australia - April 11, 2017

    We've been informed that following cyclone Debbie the weather situation has improved significantly and all mail services are now back to normal.

  • Suriname - April 5, 2017

    We have been informed by Suriname Postal Corporation (SURPOST) that due to unexpected labour dispute, which started on the 4 April, all inbound and outbound mail services will be delayed. All efforts will be made to minimize the impact.

  • Italy - April 5, 2017

    We've been advised that a 24-hour national strike is due to take place on Wednesday 5 April 2017. This will affect the entire air transport sector, pilots, air traffic controllers and ground handling companies at Italian airports. Consequently, many cancellations and/or heavy delays of all domestic and international flights are expected. This action is likely to result in delays to both domestic and international mail services. It's possible that delays could last between 3 to 4 days.

  • Greece - April 5, 2017

    We have been informed that the Postmen Association of Attica has announced a 4-day strike from today, Tuesday 4 April until Friday the 7 April 2017. This action will affect both international and domestic delivery of mail in the region of Attica, which encompasses the entire metropolitan area of Athens. It is likely that there will be delays of up to a week in delivery.

  • Australia - April 5, 2017

    Australia Post, asks us to inform that, they have resumed operations in most other areas across Queensland and New South Wales where it is safe to do so, however we ask customers to remain patient, as clean-up operations and road closures will continue to cause some delays. We will continue to work as quickly as we can to clear the backlog of items delayed over the past week wherever it is safe to do so. Queensland and New South Wales: The Rockhampton Post Office and Rockhampton Business Hub will be open today. Eaton Post Office is closed due to power outage. Cannonvale Post Office is trading with limited counter services. Mail and small parcel deliveries resume today. Mail and Parcel deliveries have been restored in all towns with the exception of some outlying areas around the Gold Coast and some parts of Lismore and Murwillumbah.

  • Australia Cyclone Debbie-New South Wales - April 3, 2017

    We have been informed further to cyclone Debbie across North Queensland that New South Wales is also now affected.

  • Australia - March 30, 2017

    Damage, heavy rain and flooding from Cyclone Debbie continue to affect postal services across coastal areas of Far North Queensland. Customers are advised to expect delivery delays and post office closures in and around cyclone affected areas. Delivery to the following areas have been cancelled today due to unsafe conditions and road closures. Agnes Waters and Town of 1770 (postcode 4677) Ayr (postcode 4807) Bowen (postcode 4805) Cannonvale / Airlie Beach (postcode 4802) Charters Towers (postcode 4820) Mackay (postcodes 4740 - 4741 - 4750) Moranbah (postcode 4744) Sarina (postcode 4737) Services are resuming in Townsville, however power outages, clean-up operations, road closures and safety advice from local authorities are expected to cause flow on delays to our mail and parcel operations around the region. Mail and parcel delivery in surrounding areas will only be attempted where accessible and safe to do so. Post Office closures Post offices in the following locations are currently closed and will re-open as soon as it is safe to do so. Bloomsbury Bowen Calen Cannonvale Claredale Collinsville Eton Finch Hatton Gargett Giru Glenden Hamilton Island Koumala Kuttabul Mackay Caneland Mackay North Mackay Mackay West Marian Mirani Mount Pleasant Nebo Proserpine Rural view Seaforth Slade Point Tieri Walkerston Australia Post will continue to work with local authorities to monitor the situation and determine what areas are impacted.

  • Australia - March 28, 2017

    We have been informed that due to Cyclone Debbie in Far North Queensland as of 3/28/17 all postal services will be affected. The postcodes affected are 4740-4741, 4750-4751 and 4798-4820. Also, the weather warnings across northern New South Wales (postcode areas 2204, 2429, 2460, 2480, 2481, 2482, 2484, 2602, 2605, 2606, 2611, 2612, 2614, 2615, 2780, 2902, 2913 and 2914) ended on Monday, March 27th. All postal services in the area are operating as normal.

  • Ecuador - March 27, 2017

    We've been advised that due to winter weather conditions, several roads have collapsed and there are floods in parts of Ecuador. As a result of this there will be delays in the delivery of mail. The worst affected areas are: Costa: El Oro, Guayas. Sierra: Bolívar, Chimborazo, Pichincha, Azuay. Amazonia: Zamora Chinchipe, Sucumbíos.

  • Australia - March 27, 2017

    Australia Post, asks us to inform that, beginning on 27 March, weather warnings have been issued across North Queensland (postcodes 4740, 4741. 4750, 4751, and 4798 to 4820). Heavy rainfall is forecast, leading to flash flooding. This will affect the collection and delivery of all mail products.

  • Peru - March 22, 2017

    We've been advised that severe weather conditions which have resulted in floods and landslides are currently affecting delivery times in the following areas: Ancash 02001, Arequipa 04001, Cajamarca 06001, Chaclacayo 15472, Chiclayo 14001, Chosica 15457, Huánuco 10001, Huarochiri 15556, Ica 11001, Piura 20001, Puerto Maldonado 17001, San Martin 22201, Tumbes 24001.

  • Finland - March 22, 2017

    There will be several strike actions this week at Helsinki Airport on the following dates; Wednesday, 22 March from 14:00 – 18:00 Thursday, 23 March from 14:00 – 18:00 Friday, 24 March from 14:00 – 18:00 These will cause flight cancellations and delays in the handling of mail and parcels, for both inbound and outbound volumes.

  • Australia - March 20, 2017

    Australia Post, asks us to inform that, beginning on 14 March, weather warnings have been issued across Northern New South Wales (postcodes 2484, 2429, 2780, 2480, 2602, 2611, 2605, 2606, 2204, 2902, 2612, 2914, 2913, 2614, 2615, 2480, 2481, 2482, 2484). Heavy rainfall is forecast, leading to flash flooding and unpredictable levels in floodways and river crossings. This will affect the collection and delivery of all mail products.

  • Guatemala - February 22, 2017

    Please be informed that Priority Mail Express International (PMEI) Presort Drop Shipment, Priority Mail International (PMI) Presort Drop Shipment, International Priority Airmail (IPA) and International Surface Air Lift (ISAL) services have resumed to Guatemala. All other USPS international services will be resumed to Guatemala on March 3, 2017.

  • Thailand - February 20, 2017

    We've been advised that following the heavy rain and flooding in the southern part of the country, conditions have now improved and the postal operation is now back to normal.

  • Belgium - February 20, 2017

    We have been informed that unannounced industrial action is over and all mail operation is back to normal.

  • Australia - February 20, 2017

    We have been informed that weather warnings are now over, and all postal services are back to normal.

  • Australia Update - February 15, 2017

    Australia Post, asks us to inform that weather warnings have been issued across Western Australia (Zone 2, Postcodes 6315, 6317, 6353, 6355, 6341, 6343, 6335, 6336, 6337, 6338). Heavy rainfall is forecast, leading to flash flooding and unpredictable levels in floodways and river crossings. This will affect the collection and delivery of all mail products.

  • Australia - February 13, 2017

    We have been informed that weather warnings are currently in effect across Western Australia. Heavy rain fall is predicted to cause flash flooding, should this happen then delays to deliveries are to be expected.

  • Romania - February 9, 2017

    GLS Romania has advised the majority of the country is back to normal except there may be some delays still in area code 900xxx

  • New Zealand - February 9, 2017

    New Zealand Post, asks us to inform that the situation in the areas affected by the earthquake on 14 November 2016 is now back to normal.

  • Italy - February 9, 2017

    We've been informed that the weather is now clear and all mail services are back to normal.

  • Guatemala - February 7, 2017

    Further to Guatemala Post's logistical issues we have been informed that situation is back to normal as of 1 February 2017. All postal service are back to normal.

  • Greece - February 7, 2017

    Hellenic Post has informed us that the weather has now improved and all postal operations are back to normal.

  • Czech Republic - February 7, 2017

    We have been informed that bad weather in the Czech Republic is clear and all postal operation are back to normal.

  • Croatia - February 7, 2017

    We have been informed that the weather in Croatia has settled and all mail operations are now back to normal.

  • Belgium - February 7, 2017

    We have been informed that industrial action is taking place at one of the main sorting centres in Belgium and is causing disruption. Bpost is doing its utmost to reduce the impact on its network. However, delays to mail services are expected.

  • Czech Republic - February 1, 2017

    We have been informed that due to bad weather in the Czech Republic, there are delays in deliveries and collections across most of the country. An improvement is expected by the end of this week, but until then at least 24-48 hour delays should be expected.

  • Turkey, Israel, Pakistan, Mauritania and Northern Cyprus - January 30, 2017

    Heavy snowfalls in Turkey and other parts of the Middle East have caused delays to mail to and from a number of countries including: Turkey, Israel, Pakistan, Mauritania and Northern Cyprus.

  • Italy - January 27, 2017

    Due to severe weather conditions, roads in the South of Italy are partially blocked. This means that the delivery of mail might be delayed.

  • Chinese New Year Holiday - January 25, 2017

    Due to the Chinese New Year holiday starting on January 27th and ending on February 2nd, please expect delays in delivery of mail and parcels during this time. The following countries will be effected China, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Vietnam.

  • Guatemala - January 19, 2017

    Unfortunately, Guatemala Post has advised they are still unable to commence deliveries. A further update is expected by the end of January. Correos y Telégrafos de Guatemala is working together with Guatemala's Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing to ensure that this process can be completed as quickly as possible.

  • Croatia - January 19, 2017

    Due to bad weather parts of Croatia are experiencing delays with deliveries and collections of mail. The worst affected areas are: coastal Croatia and the Western and Southern parts of Croatia (which includes peninsula of Istria and all islands).

  • Turkey - January 13, 2017

    We have been informed that Istanbul is now back to normal and all transit countries will be back to normal from Monday 16 January.

  • Romania - January 13, 2017

    Below is an updated list of the areas that will have delays due to the heavy snowfalls: Bucuresti: 010011-014980, 020011-024380, 030011-033340, 040011-042400, 050011-053110, 060011-062670, 010011-062670; Giurgiu: 080011-080882, 085100-087261, 08001-087261; Ilfov: 070000-077191, 070000-077191; Prahova: 100001-100730, 105100-107657, 100001-107657; Buzau: 120001-120380, 125100-127726, 120001-127726; Constanta: 900003-900999, 900001-900002, 905100-907305, 900001-907305; Calarasi: 910001-910260, 915100-917296, 910001-917296; Ialomita: 920003-920260, 920001-920002, 925100-927250, 920001-927250; Galati : 800001-800999, 805100-807336, 800001-807336; Braila: 810001-810670, 815100-817221, 810001-817221; Tulcea: 820002-820330, 820001, 825100-827237, 820001-827237; Vrancea: 620003-620250, 620001-620002, 625100-627459, 620001-627459; Neamt: 610004-610360, 610001-610003, 611001-611220, 615100-617516, 610001-617516; Iasi: 700001-700999, 705100-707604, 700001-707604; Botosani: 710001-710500, 715100-717481, 710001-717481, 710001-710500, 715100 -717481, 710001-717481; Suceava: 720001-720370, 725100 -727648, 720001-727648; Dambovita: 130002-130270, 130001, 135100-137543; and Teleorman: 140001-140170, 145100-147445, 140001-147445.

  • Greece - January 11, 2017

    Hellenic Post has informed us that heavy snow storms in the north areas and the islands of Greece have resulted in disruptions to mail services since the 7 January. Domestic flights in these areas have been cancelled.

  • Turkey - January 9, 2017

    We have been informed that due to heavy snowfalls in Istanbul, there will be a delay of least 3 days in the delivery and collection of mail.

  • Brazil - January 9, 2017

    Correios, asks us to inform that the industrial action taken by the Brazilian customs staff responsible for inspecting inbound and outbound EMS items has ended. The situation regarding accumulated EMS cargo will be resolved in the coming days.

  • Romania - January 6, 2017

    GLS Romania has informed us deliveries and collections in the following areas may be delayed due to heavy snowfalls: 120XXX, 620XXX, 800XXX, 810XXX, 820XXX, 900XXX, 910XXX, 920XXX

  • Italy - January 6, 2017

    GLS Italy has informed us that parts of Central and Southern Italy have been affected by the bad weather. Heavy snow may cause some delays in the delivery and collection of mail in the following areas: 60XXX, 65XXX, 71XXX, 75XXX, 83XXX, 85XXX, 86XXX

  • Canada - January 6, 2017

    Items being accepted at Toronto Office of Exchange are now entering the delivery network as normal following the delays in December caused by high volumes of mail and a snow storm.