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Prohibition the Shipments of Antiseptic, Raw Materials for Masks, Personal Protective Equipment, and Masks


Referring to the regulation of the Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia number 23 year 2020 concerning the temporary prohibition of antiseptic exports, mask raw materials, personal protective equipment, and masks, can be informed as follows: Pos Indonesia does not accept any shipment of antiseptic items, mask raw materials, personal protective equipment, and masks for foreign destinations. These terms are valid until 30 June 2020. If there is still a shipment containing the above commodity, i ...

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International Postal Service Settings


Some measures have been taken by most of the Governments of countries around the world to minimize the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) resulting disruption of postal mail services in/out of those countries such as: Temporary closure of the International Hub for Postal shipments in the destination country; Late delivery of postal items; No Proof of Delivery. PT. Pos Indonesia (Persero) remains committed to serving the community with the following arrangements : L ...

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Badan Kesehatan Dunia (WHO) telah menyatakan  status darurat global wabah  Virus Corona (2019-nCoV) dan menjadi perhatian dunia. Hal ini mengakibatkan perubahan pola penerbangan khususnya ke  China, Hongkong dan Macau.   Kiriman dengan tujuan ke tiga tempat tersebut hanya dapat diterima menggunakan layanan EMS dan Pos Ekspor, kecuali untuk kota - kota di propinsi Hubei (kodepos : 430000 - 449999) , yaitu : Wuhan city Huangshi city ...

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Sejak WHO (World Health Organization) menetapkan status tanggap darurat global terhadap penyebaran virus corona, seluruh pihak meningkatkan pengawasannya terhadap negara China. Terkait dengan wabah tersebut, maka impor barang  dari China menjadi bahasan khusus. Direktur Operasi Pos Biro Internasional UPU menyampaikan beberapa pesannya melaui EmlS (surat eletronik). China Post menginformasikan bahwa ...

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Customer Survey


Dear Valued Customer, It is time for you to contribute to improve our international postal service. Share your inputs and views on our service in our customers survey. It will take no more than 10 minutes of your time. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TR5QXWC ...

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Exceptional Event


As Emperor Akihito will abdicate on 30 April 2019 and the new Emperor Naruhito will ascend the throne on 1 May 2019, 30 April to 2 May are also designated as national holidays in 2019, and many official ceremonies for these historic events are planned. This special arrangement made by the government results in a 10-day national holiday beginning on Saturday, 27 April and ending on Monday, 6 May 2019. Please note that most of the employees in the head office and local branch offices will not work during this period. As the offices of exchange ...

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Following the magnitude 6.1 earthquake which occurred in Castillejos, Zambales at 17.11 local time on 22 April 2019: a. All postal operations are suspended in Metro Manila and Pampanga provinces on Tuesday, 23 April 2019, owing to suspension of government work in those provinces; b. Based on the initial report of the Philippine National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, damage sustained in the following areas of Pampanga province may cause delays to postal services: Lubao and Porac. ...

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Outbound Airmail Delays


Jamaica Post has been experiencing airlift challenges since Monday, 8 April 2019, directly attributed to capacity challenges, arising from the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. Consequently, several mail dispatches are having to be rerouted to alternative air carriers and in some cases have not been airlifted at all. The situation is being actively addressed, and an update will be communicated as soon as possible. ...

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Idai Cyclone


Zimbabwe have been affected by Cyclone Idai, which hit the country on Friday, 15 March 2019. The cyclone caused serious damage to bridges and the road network in parts of Manicaland. The collection and delivery of letter post, parcels and EMS items has been affected in Chimanimani, Chipinge, Biriiri, Birchenough, Nyanga, Nyazura, and Rusitu areas. ...

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IT Problems


United States Postal Service (USPS), has been experiencing IT problems affecting the generation of EDI messages. USPS is currently working with its IT department to resolve the problem. Based on initial investigations, it appears that some messages are not being processed properly and that pre-advice of dispatch (PREDES), pre-advice of consignment (PRECON) and carrier/documents international transport advice (CARDIT) are currently affected. The team is monitoring and assessing the extent of the impact. Any updates will be provided as soon as ...

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