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News

Here’s where we’ll be keeping you informed with the latest stories and updates from the world of mailing and distribution.

UKP Worldwide Celebrates 20 Years

A message from our CEO, Lee Bucktrout... Having worked in the mailing and fulfilment industry for near on 30 years, I have been fortunate to gain a wealth of experience during this time.  Early on in my career, I developed a passion for the mailing industry and this...

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Making informed choices for your international mail

A piece from our Sales Director, Guy Cliffe... When you’re posting a marketing campaign, or magazine overseas, it’s very easy to choose the cheapest supplier without thinking through the ramifications of your choice – particularly during these crazy COVID times. Some...

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USPS Temporary Price Increase Approved

As covered in our news story on the 17th August, the United States Postal Service (USPS) filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) for a temporary price increase. Unfortunately, on 4th September 2020, the PRC approved this temporary change, taking...

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International Postage Service Update

As many of you will have experienced over the last few months, delivery times for postage of mail and parcels has been dramatically affected around the world during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite these challenging times, we are pleased to report that we have kept...

read more

USPS Announces Temporary Price Increase

The United States Postal Service (USPS) filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today of a temporary price change taking effect on 18th October 2020.  The planned temporary price adjustments are in response to increased expenses and heightened demand...

read more

US Postage Price Hikes!

Are you affected by the price hikes on post to the US from July 1st? Prices are literally doubling from some suppliers - with Royal Mail announcing a £4.46/kg increase for all formats as well as further increases to their price per piece for eCommerce items. Why the...

read more

Coronavirus Update 24.03.2020

UKP Worldwide would like to take the opportunity to update you, our customers, following Boris Johnson's latest briefing, on 23rd March 2020, announcing that non-essential businesses were to close until further notice. For the most it is business as usual, as...

read more

Coronavirus Update

UKP Worldwide is closely monitoring the ever-changing situation with the spread of the coronavirus and acknowledge the impact this may have on both our customers and staff. We pride ourselves on looking after our customers, our highly trained team and the agile...

read more

International Mail Disruptions

Due to the ongoing situation with the coronavirus and actions being taken to reduce the spread of the virus, some airlines have announced flight cancellations, which could result in delivery delays of international mail. We are monitoring the situation and will...

read more

Brexit

The UK will be leaving the EU on 31st October. To stay up to speed with the latest advice and news, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/brexit

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UKP Worldwide Celebrates 20 Years

A message from our CEO, Lee Bucktrout... Having worked in the mailing and fulfilment industry for near on 30 years, I have been fortunate to gain a wealth of experience during this time.  Early on in my career, I developed a passion for the mailing industry and this...

read more

Making informed choices for your international mail

A piece from our Sales Director, Guy Cliffe... When you’re posting a marketing campaign, or magazine overseas, it’s very easy to choose the cheapest supplier without thinking through the ramifications of your choice – particularly during these crazy COVID times. Some...

read more

USPS Temporary Price Increase Approved

As covered in our news story on the 17th August, the United States Postal Service (USPS) filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) for a temporary price increase. Unfortunately, on 4th September 2020, the PRC approved this temporary change, taking...

read more

International Postage Service Update

As many of you will have experienced over the last few months, delivery times for postage of mail and parcels has been dramatically affected around the world during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite these challenging times, we are pleased to report that we have kept...

read more

USPS Announces Temporary Price Increase

The United States Postal Service (USPS) filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today of a temporary price change taking effect on 18th October 2020.  The planned temporary price adjustments are in response to increased expenses and heightened demand...

read more

US Postage Price Hikes!

Are you affected by the price hikes on post to the US from July 1st? Prices are literally doubling from some suppliers - with Royal Mail announcing a £4.46/kg increase for all formats as well as further increases to their price per piece for eCommerce items. Why the...

read more

Coronavirus Update 24.03.2020

UKP Worldwide would like to take the opportunity to update you, our customers, following Boris Johnson's latest briefing, on 23rd March 2020, announcing that non-essential businesses were to close until further notice. For the most it is business as usual, as...

read more

Coronavirus Update

UKP Worldwide is closely monitoring the ever-changing situation with the spread of the coronavirus and acknowledge the impact this may have on both our customers and staff. We pride ourselves on looking after our customers, our highly trained team and the agile...

read more

International Mail Disruptions

Due to the ongoing situation with the coronavirus and actions being taken to reduce the spread of the virus, some airlines have announced flight cancellations, which could result in delivery delays of international mail. We are monitoring the situation and will...

read more

Brexit

The UK will be leaving the EU on 31st October. To stay up to speed with the latest advice and news, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/brexit

read more