If there have been delays in your country shown below, please allow an additional 5 working days for delivery.
The designated operator of the Philippines, Philippine Postal Corporation, informs that postal services in the areas affected by the earthquake on 22 April 2019, including Lubao and Porac, returned to normal as of 26 April 2019.
The designated operator of Lebanon, LibanPost, informs other Union members that the workers responsible for mail clearance have been on strike since Friday, 17 May 2019.
As a result of this strike, there was no clearance of inbound and outbound flows, resulting in delays in mail, parcel and EMS processing.
The customs strike has ended on the 23 May and clearance of letter and parcel post and EMS items is gradually resuming.
Severe weather affects road traffic: adverse weather in several Great Plains and Midwest States resulted in flooding and landslides, affecting road traffic since May 22. More inclement weather is likely to continue in the area until May 23. Further disruptions should be expected in the coming days.
The designated operator of Jamaica, Jamaica Post, informs that, effective Tuesday, 21 May 2019, it has resumed full operations at its international mail processing centre following the shutdown caused by noxious fumes. However, there will be some delays over the next couple of weeks (21 May to 7 June 2019) to clear the backlog of mail that has built up since Tuesday, 14 May 2019.
Saudi Arabia customs are currently experiencing processing delays of up to 48 hours. This is due to a high volume of imports into the country during the period of Ramadan, leading up to Eid.