Thailand – Tropical Storm Pabuk

Thailand Post has advised that due to Tropical Storm Pabuk, which hit southern Thailand on Friday 4th January 2019, causing flash floods in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, the delivery of letter post, parcels and EMS items has been affected in postcode areas 80000–80999. Thailand Post thanks everyone for their understanding...

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Ukraine – Back to normal

Ukrposhta of Ukraine has confirmed that the embargo at Boryspil Airport on the importing of cargo and mail has been lifted, and mail processing has returned to normal. Ukrposhta thanks everyone for their understanding.

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Sweden – Disruption of EDI transmissions

PostNord Group AB Sweden has advised that due to technical issues, it is not currently possible to transmit EDI data for mail originating from the NOOSLO international mail processing centre. The situation is expected to return to normal by the middle of February 2019. PostNord Group AB thanks everyone for...

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Israel – Disruption of EDI transmissions

Israel Postal Company has advised that they have been experiencing disruption of its electronic data interchange (EDI) transmissions since Wednesday 12th December 2018. This affects all postal services. Israel Postal Company thanks everyone for their understanding and cooperation and will provide a further update once the situation returns to normal.

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Canada – Update on Strike

Canada Post has provided the following update regarding the ongoing negotiations with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). The embargo on mail items arriving from operators was lifted on Tuesday 27th November. With reduced international volumes and continued work in partnership with the Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Post...

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Uruguay – Strike

Correo Uruguayo has confirmed  the Asociación de Funcionarios Postales del Uruguay, the country's postal worker association, has started a legal strike and only post containing documents will be processed and delivered. Correo Uruguayo has requested countries not to dispatch bags with registered airmail, EMS items or any other trackable items to...

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Australia – Back to normal

Australia Post has confirmed that the severe weather and bushfires in parts of New South Wales, Australia have stopped. Postal services in the affected areas have returned to normal. Australia Post thanks everyone for their understanding and cooperation.

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