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Service Update Bulletin 29th February

International Services

Liberia: Update 26th February

The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of Liberia has announced that mail is frequently transported by air to Liberia without the relevant documentation (CN 38 bills) and would like to remind all senders and operators that the relevant documentation needs to accompany mail for onward transmission to Liberian Post. A lack of accompanying documentation has security implications and creates a risk of mail theft, tampering, etc.

In view of the above, the Liberian Post wishes to inform designated operators that, as from 1 March 2016, processing of inbound mail arriving without the appropriate documentation will be subject to severe delays.

Morocco: Update 24th February

A national strike was called in Morocco on 24 February. As a result, there will be delays in incoming and outgoing EMS items.

Fiji: Updated 24th February

Fiji's telecommunications and power infrastructure has suffered widespread damage in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Winston, making connectivity across the mainland and outer islands difficult. Due to this the delivery of letters; parcels; and EMS items is delayed. 


Services to France

A delay is expected in some mail from the distribution centre Vic le Comte (63270) due to a social movement.

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


UK Services 

Air, Road and Rail

Normal deliveries and collections should take place in all parts of London today.

A late running vehicle from the Royal Mail’s Princess Royal Distribution Centre, in London, to their North West Distribution Centre in Warrington on Friday night meant a number of connections were missed. As a result some mail posted in London and the South East of England on Friday to parts of North West England and North & Mid Wales will arrive later than planned.

Also on Friday night, a late running vehicle from the Royal Mail’s Chester Mail Centre to their National Distribution Centre near Daventry has resulted in a small amount of mail from the CH, LL and SY postcode areas to the rest of the UK arriving later than expected.

Similarly a late vehicle from the Royal Mail’s Jubilee Mail Centre to their Princess Royal Distribution Centre on Friday night has meant the late arrival of a small amount of mail posted on Friday in the GU, KT, SW, TW postcode areas, to parts of South Wales and South West England.

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