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Incident bulletin 29th June 2018

Incident bulletins are sent weekly with information about situations that affect postal distribution. The latest information is always available online on our web where you can also subscribe to receive this weekly Incident bulletin by email.

This week’s bulletin contains updates about: Argentina, South Korea, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Antigua and Barbuda.

 

Argentina

Start date: 28th June
End date:  2nd July

Please be advised Argentina has announced another general strike in country. No clearance or deliveries will take place on Thursday 28th June and Friday 29th June 2018.
Normal services are expected to resume on Monday 2nd July.

South Korea

Start date: 29th June

Korea Post has advised that due to high volumes of incoming mail, delays may be expected for mail sent to South Korea.

Sri Lanka

Start date: 11th June
Update:     27th June

Sri Lanka Post has informed, that the Joint Postal Trade Unions Front strike is now over with normal mail operations resuming from Wednesday 27 June 2018. However, due to possible backlog of mail in the Postal system and on route to Sri Lanka, delays may still be experienced going into next week as result of the strike.

New Zealand

Start date:                25th June
Expected End date:  29th June

New Zealand Post has informed, that severe weather  has caused a number of network disruptions. This has led to delivery delays to a number of areas. The affected areas were: Gisborne, Cromwell, Central Otago towns, Queenstown, Wellington, Lower Hutt, Gisborne and Southland.

Antigua and Barbuda

Start date:                22nd June
End date:                  unknown

Antigua and Barbuda Post Office have advised, that postal staff are currently staging a sit-in. This is impeding operations and resulting in delays in the movement of mails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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