New Service Updates: July 24 - July 28
We know there have been many countries where service suspensions have been lifted in the past couple of weeks. We've compiled a document here with a complete list of countries that have come off the suspension list to make reconciliation a little easier.
Delays Due to Wildfires and Flooding
We have been advised of wildfires and poor air quality conditions which are occurring in the provinces of British Columbia and Quebec. Additionally, local sources report severe flooding conditions in the province of Nova Scotia. Please note that parcels traveling through these provinces in route to their destination may experience longer than usual transit times. While difficult to predict, parcel delays of one to two weeks are anticipated.
Delays Due to Wildfires
Media sources report due to wildfire conditions, parcels to Greece are experiencing delays. The situation is fluid at this time, however localized delays are expected to continue in effected areas until the situation improves.
Delays Due to Civil Unrest
Industry sources have advised of protests and civil unrest in Israel due to recent judicial changes in the country. Parcel delays of up to two weeks are anticipated.
Delays Due to Inclement Weather
We have been advised of flooding and inclement weather conditions which are occurring in Italy. While difficult to predict at this time, parcel delays of one to two weeks are expected.
Delays Due to Public Holiday
Sources have informed that due to a public holiday to celebrate the birthday of King Vajiralongkorn July 28th through July 30th, parcels to Thailand may experience delays of up to one week.
Destination Country Scanning Issues
We have been alerted that some destination countries practicing contactless delivery have suspended written proof of delivery. As a result of this, proof of delivery information may not be provided.
This applies to parcels bound for Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, Lithuania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Russia.