ADVISORY ALERTS

Canada

Mail delivery has been suspended due to inclement weather in the following regions: New Brunswick (except PEI & Moncton), Stephenville and Corner Brook in Newfoundland and Labrador, Lower St. Lawrence and Gaspesie in Quebec

Austria

Austrian Post advises postal operations have resumed in areas where heavy snowfall had disrupted collection and delivery services since early January.

Ukraine

Ukraine Post has advised they are dealing with backlogs following the recent embargo on imports, resulting in a significant increase in inbound international mail. As a result, the processing and delivery of mail is taking longer than normal, leading to delays with a specific impact on EMS item delivery.

Switzerland

Swiss Post has advised heavy snowfall is affecting delivery in the alpine region of Canton Graubunden in the eastern part of Switzerland. As a result, it’s difficult, and in some parts impossible to deliver mail in the postcodes areas 72xx, 73xx, 75xx, 76xx and 77xx due to road closures and avalanche warnings. It’s unknown at this time when normal postal operations will resume as more snowfall is forecasted for the next few days.

Thailand

Normal service has now resumed in Thailand.

Brunei

There is a temporary carrier embargo in place to Brunei, there is no indication when the embargo will cease at present.

Austria

Due to heavy snowfall, local road closures and avalanche warnings are affecting the collection and delivery of mail services in the Alps. The worst affected areas are: • Lower Austria: 3100-3399, 3800-3999 • Upper Austria: 4400-4599, 4800-4899 • Salzburg: 5000-5799 • Tyrol + Vorarlberg: 6000-6999, 9900-9999 • Styria: 8600-8999

Ukraine

The embargo on the importing of cargo and mail at Boryspil Airport has been lifted. Mail processing has returned to normal.

Thailand

Thailand Post advises flash flooding from Tropical Storm Pabuk, which hit southern Thailand on January 4th, has disrupted deliveries in postcode areas 80000-80999.

Italy

Due to extremely bad weather conditions on January 3rd and 4th, operations and delivery were impacted in the following areas” January 3rd • Territories of Fiuggi, Pontecorvo, Alatri, Cassino, Rieti and Rocca Sinibalda • Districts of Abruzzo and Molise • Territories of Molinara, Caserta, Piedimonte Matese, Ponte and Sessa Aurunca • Celico area • Territories of Leonforte, Capo D’Orlando, Regalbuto, Bronte, Linguaglossa, Enna, Sant’Agata di Militello and Piazza Armerina • Territories of Lercara Friddi, Petralia Sottana, Cefalu e Termini Imerese • No service could be carried out to/from islands of Lampedusa, Pantelleria and Linosa • Generally, critacalities in the Southern regions January 4th • Territories of Rieti and Cassino • Territories of Foligno, Gubbio and Spoleto • Territories of Cattolica, Cesenatico, Riccione, Rimini, Sant’Arcangelo, Di Romagna, Savignano sul Rubicone • Territories of Ascoli Piceno, Camerino, Fabriano, Fano, Jesi, Offida, Pesaro, Porto San Giorgio, San Severino Marche, Servigliano and Tolentino • Territories of Frattamaggiore and Nola • Celico centre • Generally, cricalities in the southern regions

Canada

Canada Post advises that all operations have returned to normal for handling of international inbound mail.

Antigua & Barbuda

The postal staff at the General Post Office been on strike since January 2nd 2019. The General Post Office requests that all mail for Antigua and Barbuda be held back until further notice, as mail cannot currently be processed.

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