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Service Update Bulletin 25th April 2016

International Services

Chile: Update 25th April

The flooding in the Santiago Metropolitan Region is now over and all postal operations are back to normal.

Ecuador: Update 22nd April

There will be difficulties with the acceptance, processing and delivery of mail particularly in the Manabí area due to the earthquake that took place on Saturday 16th April. However, efforts will be made to deliver mail to the affected areas via neighbouring provinces.

Belgium: Update 19th April

The majority of airlines flying to and from Brussels Airport have resumed their services. Some airlines have reduced flight numbers but they are back in service. Bpost services for outbound and inbound mail has been restored, Brussels Airport is again fully accessible by air, and all designated operators are requested to reactivate their transport lanes to Belgium.

Japan: Update 18th April

There are delays being experienced in the transport of all inbound / outbound mail items (Letters, Parcels and EMS) in the following postcode areas:

  • 860xxxx – 869xxxx (Kumamoto Prefecture)
  • 880xxxx – 889xxxx (Miyazaki Prefecture)
  • 890xxxx – 899xxxx (Kagoshima Prefecture)

This is due to the Japan earthquakes which have caused major disruptions of rail and road transport.


Services to France

France: Update 20th April

Following the installation of its new IT system, La Poste has been experiencing difficulties for several days in sending EDI messages (PREDES/PRECON/CARDIT) from the following:


Messaging should be back to normal as of 9 May.

Expect a one day delay for some mail from departments 02 and 80 to the entire territory due to a technical problem at the sorting centre of Amiens.

Expect a day’s delay for some letters from Department 60 to the entire territory. This is due to a technical problem at the Creil PIC sorting centre.


UK Services 

Air, Road and Rail

Some mail posted to and from Guernsey and Jersey last Friday may be arriving later than expected. This is due to the bad weather in the Channel Islands causing disruption to flights.

Customers served by Crosby Delivery Office continue to be affected by an industrial action taken by members of the Communication Workers Union who deliver in the L22, L23 and L29 postcode areas. There are special arrangements in place to deliver as much mail as possible.

The rest of the UK network operated well over the weekend.

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