United States Postal Service (USPS) has advised that it experienced EDI interruption on Monday 28th October 2019. Service has now been fully restored, however, data transmissions are currently backlogged. USPS expects everything to return to normal by Wednesday 30th October.
An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 in the Mojave Desert, California has damaged roads and infrastructure in San Bernadino and Kern County. Several 4.0 aftershocks have been reported in the area and are expected to continue throughout the week.
Thursday 4th July, Independence Day is a public holiday in the United States. Many businesses close down for the day, including our US office. No inbound or outbound mail will be processed, which could result in a 24-hour delay.
Severe weather has disrupted operations at Baltimore-Washington International, Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International airports in the United States. Several flights were cancelled or delayed by up to 3 hours due to thunderstorms.
United States Postal Service (USPS) has confirmed they are experiencing IT problems and it’s affecting the generation of EDI messages.
USPS is currently working with its IT department to resolve the problem. Based on initial investigations, it appears that some messages are not being processed properly and that pre-advice of dispatch (PREDES), pre-advice of consignment (PRECON) and carrier/documents international transport advice (CARDIT) are currently affected. The team is monitoring and assessing the extent of the impact. Any updates will be provided as soon as more information available.
USPS thanks everyone for their understanding.
USA – Back to normal
United States Postal Service (USPS) has advised that the issues with EDI messages has been resolved and services have returned to normal.
USPS apologies for any inconvenience caused.