The Uruguay postal service has informed package delivery companies that due to the initiatives taken by the union members in the Association of Postal Officials of Uruguay, the processing of incoming international parcels or mail will be temporarily interrupted.
Wilkins explained how the technology has helped keep his customers informed on where their packages are located and how soon they will arrive.
The Post and Parcel interviewed UPS CEO Scott Davis who said that the industry needs to create more mail delivery services and other options for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Last month, tariff officers announced the potential for ongoing strikes as a means to intensify their demand for a raise in wages.
Those mailing to the UK will be interested to learn that Royal Mail has set forth a new policy in which personnel will develop next-day stamps to be released for sale the day after a British athlete wins a gold medal in an Olympic event.
A labor union strike in Spain may delay global shipping and other mail delivery services as millions of workers took to the streets to protest tax increases and spending cuts on Thursday, July 19.
In 2010, a flood caused the evacuation of 41,250 families, who had to leave their homes and live in government sponsored centers.
The airline Pluna Lineas Aereas Uruguayas halted all of its operations from July 3 to July 6 because of the OFP union’s strike.
The Daily Mail reported that customers are against the one pound surcharge because the Royal Mail will be cutting delivery targets as mail and parcels will be received one day late.
Selling third-party products could help pull the company out of its deficit, as Swiss Post plans to put in kiosks in 170 offices by the end of November.