S.E. Correos y Telégrafos of Spain has advised that due to a transport stoppage delays are being experienced with logistic and the movement of inbound and outbound mail items.
Some associations of the transport sector have organised an indefinite strike from today 14th March. Delays to collection and deliveries are to be expected.
The Spanish postal operator, S.E. Correos has confirmed that owing to technical difficulties the system used to exchange information between the Spanish customs administration, it has not been able to perform customs clearance procedures since 26th November. As a result, delays are expected for items received since the 26th November.
Heavy winds, rainfall and flooding are causing road disruptions across parts of Spain, particularly in parts of Tarragona Province, the Navarra region and the central Castilla La Mancha region. Delays are to be expected.
Correos the Spanish postal operators has implemented special measures in order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Customers should expect delays and also reduced tracking and signature capture. Correos will be applying strict ad hoc measures in line with the government instructions in order to minimise human contact.
Correos has also significantly reduced the workforce deployed in the logistics chain, with regard to both sorting and delivery.
Delivery delays may be experienced during this time.
Correos (Spanish Post) has advised the Climate Change Summit is taking place to Barajas Airport and Correos HQ. Protests are expected close to the event and also in the financial and business districts of Madrid.
Public transport workers have also announced strike action during the summit. Delivery operations are likely to be affected.