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  • Portugal - August 14, 2019

    Portuguese fuel truck drivers have been on a strike since August 12th, 2019. The government issued an emergency decree called 'civil requisition'. It is unknown how long the strike will last and what impact this has on the delivery of mail and parcels with destination to Portugal.

  • Canada - August 14, 2019

    On Monday, August 19th there will be no regular collection or delivery of mail on this day in the Yukon area due to the Discovery Day holiday.

  • Nepal - August 12, 2019

    Nepal Post advises that the general post office in Kathmandu is being relocated from Sundhara (postcode 44605). As a result, the office will be closed for parcels and express mail service Aug. 9-14. Letter services will be available.

  • Hong Kong - August 12, 2019

    Airport operations at Hong Kong International Airport have been disrupted and flights cancelled due to a public event. Hongkong Post advises the airport post office is closed and there are impacts to inbound and outbound mail services.

  • China - August 12, 2019

    Typhoon Lekima hit Shanghai and neighboring Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Shandong provinces Aug. 8-10, causing flight delays and cancellations that affected processing and delivery of both inbound and outbound mail.

  • Hong Kong - August 2, 2019

    Hongkong Post advises that processing of inbound and outbound mail will be delayed until further notice due to Tropical Cyclone Wipha.

  • France - August 2, 2019

    France's post advises that mail and package delivery will be disrupted from Aug. 24 to 26 in the following locations due to the G7 summit in Biarritz: • No parcel delivery in Biarritz (postcodes 642XX). • Disrupted delivery in Hendaye, Ascain, Mouguerre, St. Martin de Seignanx, Boucau, Tarnos (postcodes 64300, 64310, 64700, 64900, 40390, 40220).

  • Italy - July 29, 2019

    The Cagliari sorting center has now resumed normal operation after last week's fire.

  • Canada - July 29, 2019

    On Monday, August 5th various holidays will be occurring throughout Canada, there will be no regular collection or delivery of mail on this day to the following areas Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, British Columbia and Alberta.

  • Italy - July 25, 2019

    Due to a fire which occurred during the night in the servicing area of the sorting center in Cagliari, the building in temporarily closed until site checks by the fire brigade and police are completed. Operations will be started as soon as the all clear is given but as result, delivery delays can be expected for mail services in the Cagliari region, including Sardinia, until normal operation resumes. Postcode affected areas are: 09100, 09121, 09122, 09123, 09124, 09125, 09126, 09127, 09128, 09129, 09131 and 09134.

  • Hong Kong - June 17, 2019

    Hong Kong Post reports impacts to service for inbound and outbound mail due to events on June 12th that led to street closure and affected processing operations.

  • Canada - June 17, 2019

    On Monday, June 24th Quebec will have a National holiday, there will be no regular collection or delivery of mail on this day.

  • United States - May 22, 2018

    The Mail Group facilities will be closed on Monday, May 27th due to the Memorial Day Holiday.

  • San Marino - May 22, 2019

    San Marino's Post advises that there may be delays in delivery of mail and packages due to an employee strike that began May 13th.

  • Lebanon - May 22, 2019

    Lebanon's Post advises that there are delays in inbound and outbound mail, package and express mail service processing due to an employee strike that began May 17th.

  • England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales - May 22, 2019

    Royal Mail, No collection or delivery of mail on Monday, May 27th due to the Spring Bank Holiday.

  • Philippines - May 20, 2019

    Philippines Post asks us to inform that postal services in the areas affected by the earthquake on April 22, 2019, including Lubao and Porac, returned to normal as of April 26, 2019.

  • Jamaica - May 20, 2019

    Jamaica Post advises its International Mail Processing Center in Kingston had to shut down May 14 due to noxious fumes at the facility. All outbound and inbound mail operations as well as some administrative functions, including customer queries, have been affected.

  • Italy - May 20, 2019

    Italy's Post advises that collection and delivery of postal items (letters, parcels and express mail service) may be delayed throughout the Sardinia region May 19-25 due to evening construction work at Cagliari Airport.

  • Israel - May 20, 2019

    Israel's Post advises operations are back to normal following disruptions earlier in the month in the country's southern regions.

  • Luxembourg - May 9, 2019

    Post Luxembourg (LU) has informed us that starting this year, May 9th will be a national holiday in Luxembourg to celebrate Europe Day. As result, all mail and parcels to Luxembourg can expect a delivery delay of 24 hours.

  • Israel - May 9, 2019

    Due to the security situation, there have been interruptions and delays in the distribution and collection of mail in the south of Israel since Saturday, May 4th 2019.

  • England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales - May 1, 2019

    Royal Mail will be closed Monday, May 6th due to the Early May Bank Holiday. There will be no regular collection or delivery of mail.

  • Guatemala - May 1, 2019

    The U.S. Postal Service has restored mail service to Guatemala. This ends a temporary suspension of most mail services to the country that had been in effect.

  • Japan - April 26, 2019

    On April 29th and May 3rd thru 6th are assigned as national and public holidays in Japan due to "Golden Week". Also, the Emperor Akihito abdicates on April 30th and the new Emperor Naruhito ascends the throne on May 1st, April 30th to May 2nd are also designated as a national holiday in 2019 and many official ceremonies for these historical events are planned. This special arrangement made by the government results in a 10-day national holiday beginning Saturday, April 27th to Monday, May 6th. The OEs and Custom Offices in Japan will not be closed during this period, we do not expect any negative impact on inbound and outbound operations for EMS items and parcels.

  • Romania - April 24, 2019

    Due to possible strike action by ground handling staff at Bucharest Airport this coming weekend, April 26-29, mail and parcel handling is likely affected, which will result in subsequent delays to mail service.

  • Philippines - April 24, 2019

    Philippine Postal Corporation asks us to inform that following the magnitude 6.1 earthquake which occurred in Castillejos, Zambales at 17.11 local time on April 22, 2019: a. All postal operations are suspended in Metro Manila and Pampanga provinces on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, owing to suspension of government work in those provinces; b. Based on the initial report of the Philippine National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, damage sustained in the following areas of Pampanga province may cause delays to postal services: Lubao and Porac.

  • Portugal - April 17, 2019

    Portugal's Post advises a strike by fuel truck drivers is affecting mail transport by road and air. Outbound mail to some destinations could be impacted.

  • England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales - April 10, 2019

    Royal Mail will be closed Friday, April 19th and Monday, April 22nd due to the following holidays Good Friday and Easter Monday. There will be no collection or delivery of mail.

  • Canada - April 10, 2019

    Canada Post Offices will be closed Friday, April 19th and Monday, April 22nd due to the following holidays Good Friday and Easter Monday. There will be no regular collection or delivery of mail.

  • Guatemala Update - March 25, 2019

    On 3/11/19 we advised that we would resume services to Guatemala on 3/18/19. Unfortunately, we have only been able to do it with our proprietary services (Priority & Standard) and not with the USPS services as they have not yet open the lane to Guatemala.

  • Zimbabwe - March 20, 2019

    Zimbabwe Post advises there are impacts to postal operations in parts of the country following Cyclone Idai, which hit the country on March 15. The cyclone caused serious damage to bridges and roads in parts of Manicaland. Mail collection and delivery affected in Chimanimani, Chipinge, Biriri, Birchenough, Nyanga, Nyazura and Rusitu areas.

  • Spain - March 11, 2019

    Trade Unions in Spain called for a general strike on Friday, March 8th. Correos, the Spanish postal operator has advised that disruptions lasting several days could result as backlogs resulting from the strike are cleared.

  • Guatemala - March 11, 2019

    Guatemala's Post has advised they are resuming acceptance and processing of inbound letters and parcels. We will resume the services to Guatemala on 3-18-2019.

  • Tonga - March 4, 2019

    Tonga Post advises postal operations are back to normal following disruptions due to a tropical cyclone.

  • Chile - March 4, 2019

    Chile's post advises that postal services are back to normal in Arica and Parinacota following disruptions due to heavy rain and flooding.

  • Finland - February 18, 2019

    There is a constant strike going on at the international sorting center in Helsinki. This will affect mail volumes to and from Finland and delays can be expected.

  • Jamaica - February 11, 2019

    Jamaica Post advises that it is currently unable to forward outbound dispatches, including those in transit, due to issues with scanning machines at the airport.

  • Chile - February 11, 2019

    The national postal service of Chile reports heavy flooding due to rain in Arica and Parinacota. This is affecting the collection and delivery of mail and parcel products. Delays can be expected for all volumes in and outside these areas of Chile.

  • Canada - February 11, 2019

    Canada Post advises that due to inclement weather in Stephenville and Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador will not be receiving mail and parcels.

  • Belgium - February 11, 2019

    A national strike in Belgium is planned for Wednesday, February 13th 2019, both road and air mail services are expected to be affected causing likely delays of 24 hours to mail and parcel shipments to and from Belgium.

  • Australia - February 11, 2019

    Normal operations re-commenced on Sunday, February 10th 2019 after the recent disruption due to heavy rain in North Queensland and New South Wales.

  • France - February 6, 2019

    Normal mail operations have now resumed in the areas affected by the recent severe weather in Northern France. However, there may still be some delays as a result of cross channel road/rail restrictions.

  • Canada - February 6, 2019

    Canada Post advises that due to inclement weather the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario communities and regions will not be receiving mail and parcels.

  • Australia - February 6, 2019

    Australia Post advises heavy rain and flooding in North Queensland is affecting the collection and delivery of all mail products for postcodes from 4804 to 4899.

  • Ukraine - January 31, 2019

    Ukraine's post advises processing and delivery of international express mail items are now back to normal, resolving an earlier backlog.

  • France - January 31, 2019

    Winter Storm Gabriel has reach the French Coast adding to heavy snow in Northern France. A driving ban for trucks over 7.5 tons has been put into place in Northern France and around the Paris regions. There is also highway closures and border crossing limitation with Belgium/Netherlands. Mail services withing the region will continue to be delayed as a result.

  • Brunei - January 31, 2019

    The route to Brunei is temporarily closed. After Lunar New Year (February 5th, 2019), the route will re-open. We expect delays for mail and parcels to Brunei.

  • Antigua & Barbuda - January 31, 2019

    Antigua & Barbuda Post Office informs us the postal strike since January 2, 2019 is now over. Delays may still occur this week, including transit mail to Dominica & Montserrat until backlogs are cleared.

  • Switzerland - January 22, 2019

    Swiss Post advises postal operations have resumed in the eastern part of the country with the exception of a few homes that remain isolated after heavy snowfall.

  • South Korea - January 22, 2019

    Due to a backlog at the sorting center in South Korea there are currently delays monitored. Expectation are that delays will remain until the end of the Lunar Year (the 5th of February).

  • Greece - January 22, 2019

    On Wednesday, January 23rd 2019 there will be a 24 hour strike in Greece. Mail and parcels to Greece could be delayed.

  • Canada - January 22, 2019

    Mail delivery has been suspended due to inclement weather in the following regions: New Brunswick (except PEI & Moncton), Stephenville and Corner Brook in Newfoundland and Labrador, Lower St. Lawrence and Gaspesie in Quebec

  • Austria - January 22, 2019

    Austrian Post advises postal operations have resumed in areas where heavy snowfall had disrupted collection and delivery services since early January.

  • Ukraine - January 14, 2019

    Ukraine Post has advised they are dealing with backlogs following the recent embargo on imports, resulting in a significant increase in inbound international mail. As a result, the processing and delivery of mail is taking longer than normal, leading to delays with a specific impact on EMS item delivery.

  • Switzerland - January 14, 2019

    Swiss Post has advised heavy snowfall is affecting delivery in the alpine region of Canton Graubunden in the eastern part of Switzerland. As a result, it's difficult, and in some parts impossible to deliver mail in the postcodes areas 72xx, 73xx, 75xx, 76xx and 77xx due to road closures and avalanche warnings. It's unknown at this time when normal postal operations will resume as more snowfall is forecasted for the next few days.

  • Thailand - January 11, 2019

    Normal service has now resumed in Thailand.

  • Brunei - January 11, 2019

    There is a temporary carrier embargo in place to Brunei, there is no indication when the embargo will cease at present.

  • Austria - January 11, 2019

    Due to heavy snowfall, local road closures and avalanche warnings are affecting the collection and delivery of mail services in the Alps. The worst affected areas are: • Lower Austria: 3100-3399, 3800-3999 • Upper Austria: 4400-4599, 4800-4899 • Salzburg: 5000-5799 • Tyrol + Vorarlberg: 6000-6999, 9900-9999 • Styria: 8600-8999

  • Ukraine - January 8, 2019

    The embargo on the importing of cargo and mail at Boryspil Airport has been lifted. Mail processing has returned to normal.

  • Thailand - January 8, 2019

    Thailand Post advises flash flooding from Tropical Storm Pabuk, which hit southern Thailand on January 4th, has disrupted deliveries in postcode areas 80000-80999.

  • Italy - January 8, 2019

    Due to extremely bad weather conditions on January 3rd and 4th, operations and delivery were impacted in the following areas" January 3rd • Territories of Fiuggi, Pontecorvo, Alatri, Cassino, Rieti and Rocca Sinibalda • Districts of Abruzzo and Molise • Territories of Molinara, Caserta, Piedimonte Matese, Ponte and Sessa Aurunca • Celico area • Territories of Leonforte, Capo D'Orlando, Regalbuto, Bronte, Linguaglossa, Enna, Sant'Agata di Militello and Piazza Armerina • Territories of Lercara Friddi, Petralia Sottana, Cefalu e Termini Imerese • No service could be carried out to/from islands of Lampedusa, Pantelleria and Linosa • Generally, critacalities in the Southern regions January 4th • Territories of Rieti and Cassino • Territories of Foligno, Gubbio and Spoleto • Territories of Cattolica, Cesenatico, Riccione, Rimini, Sant'Arcangelo, Di Romagna, Savignano sul Rubicone • Territories of Ascoli Piceno, Camerino, Fabriano, Fano, Jesi, Offida, Pesaro, Porto San Giorgio, San Severino Marche, Servigliano and Tolentino • Territories of Frattamaggiore and Nola • Celico centre • Generally, cricalities in the southern regions

  • Canada - January 8, 2019

    Canada Post advises that all operations have returned to normal for handling of international inbound mail.

  • Antigua & Barbuda - January 8, 2019

    The postal staff at the General Post Office been on strike since January 2nd 2019. The General Post Office requests that all mail for Antigua and Barbuda be held back until further notice, as mail cannot currently be processed.