Lufthansa: Update 9th November
There are delays due to the German cabin crew union UFO announcing to go on strike at Lufthansa Passenger Airlines. A special timetable was published where all continental and intercontinental flights had to be cancelled. The few exceptions are flights between Munich and Frankfurt to London Heathrow, Dublin, Ashgabat, Delhi, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Lufthansa also evaluate short-term deployment of additional freighter connections. As a precautionary measure we already transfer shipments that are booked on continental flights to a Road Feeder Services.
The following Airlines are unaffected and will operate as planned, flights from German wings, Austrian Airlines, SWISS and Brussels Airlines.
El Salvador: Update 6th November
There will be a delay in the collection and delivery of mail until further notice. This is due to an indefinite strike taking place from the Ministry of the Interior and Territorial Development staff.
Denmark: Update 5th November
There were interruptions over the weekend with the EDI flow and the inbound/outbound process flow.
EDI-Flow: From Saturday, November 7th, at 14.00 (local time) to Monday, November 9th, at 08.00 (local time), the EDI interchange was stopped. After Monday, November 9th, at 08.00 (local time), there may still be some delay in EDIs due to backlogs waiting to be processed by servers.
There was no access to the track & trace information between Saturday, November 7th, at 14.00 (local time), and Monday, November 9th, at 14.00 (local time).
Process Flow: We will not be producing any bar code item (PRIME, EMS or PARCELS) inbound, or sending any postal items outbound in the down time period. This includes postal items in transit through PostNord Denmark from/to PostNord Sweden. Please note that also the Customs process will be interrupted in the down time.
Australia: Update 5th November
Australia Post is expecting a disruption in the handling of all inbound mail from Wednesday 4th November to early this week. There may be possible backlogs of mail held up due to the industrial action by its staff in the inbound Australian office of exchange until further notice.