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IT Problems

IT Problems

15/03/2019

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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Disruption of EDI Transmissions

Disruption of EDI Transmissions

15/03/2019

Technical issues are causing irregularities in EDI transmissions for inbound mail items. PostNord Group is working to resolve the issues.

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Possible Disruption of EDI Transmissions

Possible Disruption of EDI Transmissions

12/03/2019

New software for its Courier Division will go live on Friday, 15 March 2019. As a result, there may be some temporary disruptions to the sending of EDI messages for EMS items. Israel Postal Company apologizes in advance for any inconvenience and will inform member countries and their designated operators of further developments.

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Fun Walk HUT Kementrian BUMN Ke-21

Fun Walk HUT Kementrian BUMN Ke-21

10/03/2019

Dalam rangkaian peringatan HUT Kementerian BUMN ke-21 tahun 2019 dilaksanakan kegiatan Fun Walk di Soreang, Kabupaten Bandung (10/3).

Acara dihadiri oleh Menteri BUMN Rini Soemarno, Sekretaris Pemprov Jabar, Sekretaris Pemda Kabupataen Bandung dan para Direksi BUMN termasuk Direksi Pos Indonesia.

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Funwalk ini diikuti 10.000 peserta yang berasal dari karyawan BUMN dan keluarga menempuh jarak 5.4 KM.

Funwalk ini semaki ...

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Back to Normal

Back to Normal

28/02/2019

Further to EmIS 30/2019, the designated operator of Tonga, Tonga Post Ltd, asks us to inform other Union member countries and their designated operators that postal operations are back to normal.

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Tropical Cyclone Pola

Tropical Cyclone Pola

27/02/2019

Tropical Cyclone Pola is expected to hit Tonga, causing strong winds and heavy rain, which may affect all mail operations in the next couple of days

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Resumption of Inbound Postal Services

Resumption of Inbound Postal Services

27/02/2019

Postal services for all inbound letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items will resume on 1 March 2019.

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Back to Normal

Back to Normal

27/02/2019

Further to EmIS 20/2019, the designated operator of Chile, Correos de Chile, asks us to inform other Union member countries and their designated operators that postal services are back to normal in Arica and Parinacota. 

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Back to Normal

Back to Normal

25/02/2019

Further to EmIS 17/2019, the designated operator of Australia, Australia Post, asks us to inform other Union member countries and their designated operators that it is regaining access to the areas that were most severely impacted by the recent rain and floods, and normal collection and delivery of all mail products are resuming.

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O-ranger, Pos Indonesia Innovation in Fast and Flexible Era

O-ranger, Pos Indonesia Innovation in Fast and Flexible Era

24/02/2019

Advanced technology and mobility that become common make a lot of conveniences created for more practical life. Some of the many effects of technological advances are the ease of shopping that is now facilitated by e-commerce and the dimming of correspondence with paper because it is replaced by electronic mail or e-mail.

With the expansion of buying and selling activities through e-commerce, this makes all shipments currently based on packages. Plus, the current era requires people to carry out their activities in a fast manner ma ...

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