Update May 11
As of Friday May 11, 2022, USPS will suspend the acceptance of select services including Priority Mail International and First Class Package International to China and New Zealand until further notice. The service interruptions is due to unavailable transportation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will provide more updates as they become available.
Update Mar 31
As of Friday April 1, 2022 USPS will suspend international mail acceptance to New Zealand until further notice due to unavailable transportation.
Update Mar 9
As of Friday, March 11, 2022 USPS will temporarily suspend mail destined to Russia. Clients are asked to refrain from sending packages until further notice.
Update Mar 7
Ukraine Post advises that some post offices across various regions will continue to be open on a limited basis so customers can receive mail and parcels. The post is advising that shipments be sent to Ukraine via Poland, Slovakia or Latvia as as they will be collecting the consignments from those countries. Please be advised that there will be delays to both shipping and tracking until further notice.
- USPS, our partner for U.S. shipments, is still experiencing delays due to COVID-19.
- Names of recipients will be collected verbally for proof of delivery to eliminate the need for collecting signatures.
- Disruptions for many international destinations due to limited airline route availability, reduced staffing and government restrictions. Expect lengthy delays for international shipments.
- USPS is temporarily suspending international mail acceptance for certain destinations due to service impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Clients should refrain from sending items addressed to countries listed below until further notice.
Suspension Due to the Impacts of COVID-19