Source: International Delivery Solutions
Canada – Severe winter storms have disrupted the processing and delivery of parcels and mail to the Atlantic provinces of the country since Feb 3rd. The provinces of Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island were identified as customers who may not receive mail. Once conditions improve, delivery will resume. In addition, Hamilton and South Western Ontario were affected since Feb 2nd.
Liberia and Sierra Leone – Since the Ebola Outbreak in August of 2014 Mail into Liberia and Sierra Leone has been restricted, restrictions are being lifted as of this week.
France – Starting Feb 1st, heavy snowfall in France has caused delays to the delivery of mail in the following post code areas: 05xxx, 38xxx, 39xxx, 64xxx, 65xxx, 73xxx and 74xxx.
Germany - Airline strikes Jan 29th, expect possible mail delays.
Brazil – Jan 19th, rolling power blackouts occurred in 10 states across Brazil — including Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro — as well as the Federal District, expect some mail delays.
Uzbekistan – Since Jan 18th, limited airline capacity, expect mail delays.
Mauritius - Jan 16th, The Post reports international flights from the island nation have resumed. A tropical cyclone had caused flight cancellations earlier in the week, delaying outbound mail dispatches.
Please Note: Brazil, Latin America & Caribbean, Carnival begins Feb 13th, expect some mail and transportation delays thru Feb 17th.