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Service Update Bulletin 27th September 2016


International Services

Greece: Update 24th September

There may be a delay in the inbound and outbound of mail services between the Greece mainland and the Islands. This is due to an industrial action by PanHellenic Seamen's Federation and ferry blockages to Greek Islands on 22nd and 23rd September.

International Public Holidays

Monday 26th September:
Australia (regional), Cambodia, New Zealand (regional)

Tuesday 27th September:
Belgium

Wednesday 28th September:
Czech Republic, India (regional)

Friday 30th September:
Australia (regional), Botswana, Cambodia, India (regional)

Monday 3rd October:
Australia (regional), Brunei, Cambodia, China, Falkland Islands, Germany, Israel, Macau (regional), Malaysia (regional), Morocco, Nigeria, Paraguay, Saint Lucia, South Korea

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Services to France

There are no reported disruptions for services to France.

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UK Services 

Air, Road and Rail

A small amount of mail posted in parts of London and the South East for delivery in the EX and TQ postcode areas may arrive later than planned. This is due to capacity issues at the London’s Princess Royal Distribution Centre, which meant that not all mail was able to travel on the scheduled service to the South West Distribution Centre.

Some mail posted in the BL, M, OL and SK postcode areas for delivery in other parts of the UK may arrive later than expected. This is due to capacity issues at the Manchester Mail Centre yesterday night, which meant that not all outbound mail could be despatched on the scheduled services.

Some mail posted yesterday in the CH, LL and SY postcode areas for delivery in other parts of the UK may arrive later than planned. This is due to some technical issues at the Chester Mail Centre yesterday night, so not all mail was processed to schedule.

Some mail posted in the GU, KT, SW and TW postcode areas for delivery in other parts of the UK may arrive later than expected. This is due to the late arrival of mail to the Jubilee Mail Centre yesterday night meaning not all mail was able to leave at its scheduled time.

Normal deliveries and collections of mail should be made in all parts of the UK today.

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