China: Backlog Continues to be Cleared

China Post has notified that they are still working to clear the backlog of items currently held up due to quarantine measures at the airport. Covid-19 restrictions also remain in place in China and continue to directly impact the processing, transiting and delivery of items. As a result, the post is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed delivery standards and delays should be expected for items destined for China.

Chile: Adverse Weather Subside

Chilean Post has updated that the adverse weather conditions have subsided and therefore the delivery of items has resumed as normal.

South Africa

South African Post has updated that operation at the Johannesburg office of exchange has returned to normal after recent relocation.

Macao: Mail Suspension Continues

Macao Post has updated that all government bureaus are to close from the 18th to the 23rd of July 2022, except those providing urgent and indispensable services to the public, in order to adopt strict control measures. As a result, deliveries of all mail is suspended with effect until further notice.

Chile: Weather Related Delays

Chilean Post has informed that due to adverse weather conditions, there may be delays in the release, transfer, and delivery of items until further notice.

Macao: Government Bureaus to Close

Macao Post has updated that all government bureaus are to close from the 11th to 17th of July 2022, except those providing urgent and indispensable services to the public, in order to adopt strict control measures. As a result, deliveries of all mail is suspended with effect from 11th of July 2022 until further notice.

Australia: Extreme Weather Warning

Australia Post advises that extreme weather conditions and flooding across New South Wales are impacting the delivery and collection of all mail products in postcode areas 2747, 2748, 2749, 2750, 2752, 2753, 2754, 2756, 2757, 2758, 2759, 2765 and 2775.

Sri Lanka: Government Work Days Reduded

The Sri Lankan Post has updated that while previous Covid-19 restrictions still remain in place, the Sri Lankan government has also imposed a temporary restricted work plan on all government institutions. As a result, the Sri Lankan Post has reduced its working days to three days a week, with deliveries being made on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. This means that delivery standards can not be met for items destined for Sri Lanka until further notice.

China: Backlog Being Cleared

China Post has notified that they are now in the process of clearing the backlog of items currently held up due to quarantine measures at the airports. However, Covid-19 restrictions remain in place in China and continue to directly impact the processing, transiting and delivery of items. Restrictions are particularly impacting Shanghai and Guangzhou. As a result, the post is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed delivery standards and delays should be expected for items destined for China.

Aruba: Tropical Strom Warning

Aruba Post has informed that a code red tropical storm warning has been in place throughout the island of Aruba since 28th of June 2022. Post Aruba has suspended all postal operations from Wednesday 29th of June. Therefore, delays should be expected for items destined for Aruba until further notice.