Incident bulletin 17th June 2019

Incident bulletins are sent weekly with information about situations that affect postal distribution.

This week’s bulletin contains updates about: Hong Kong, China, India, Estonia.


Hong Kong, China

Start date: 12th June
End date: 14th June

The designated operator of Hong Kong, China, Hongkong Post informs that owing to a public event resulting in a blockage of streets in major areas of Hong Kong on 12 June 2019, the night – and daytime processing of all inbound, outbound and local mail was seriously affected. Quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail (EMS, parcels and letter mail) has therefore been affected.


Start date: 27th May
Expected end date: 14th June

Severe flooding continues in southern China: Flooding disruptions continue across multiple regions of South China. Affected locations include the Guangxi Region, Jiangxi Province, and Guangdong Province. More than 2.5 million people in total have been affected by the flooding. Roads have been damaged, and authorities are working to clear landslides. Heavy rain is expected to continue across much of the region.


Start date: 13th June
Expected end date: 14th June

Air traffic disrupted across Gujarat Province: operations have been suspended for at least 24 hours at seven airports across Gujarat Province from 12 am local time on June 13 due to Tropical Cyclone Vayu. Affected are Diu Airport, Porbandar Airport, Bhavnagar Airport, Kandla Airport, Keshod Airport, Jamnagar Airport and Bhuj Airport. Expect associated air travel disruptions to persist until weather conditions improve.


Technical problems

Estonia – back to normal

Start date: 31st May
End date: 11th June

Omniva would like to inform that the data exchange is  back up and running since 11th June and there should be no more issues.
Data between 31.05.2019 till 11.06.2019 might be sent out bit late or some might be missing.

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