While the largest airport remained open, many of the roads leading to it were blocked due to the monsoon and transportation difficulties. Buses and most commuter rails were also shut down.
Teachers, doctors, university professors and other state employees came together to protest injustice as well as demand job security.
Around the world, there is a high demand for quality food from Japan and the this nation’s post office has recently partnered with Japan Airlines to deliver quality products in a temperature-safe environment, according to the Post and Parcel.
The Russian Post is a long-standing organization that spans nine time zones and must handle the rising mail volumes during the holiday season for the entire country.
USA Today interviewed David Williams, the inspector general of USPS, to learn about the innovative approaches this postal service is taking to address decreasing mail volumes.
Over the last several years, there has been a trend of rising wages for employees, which has caused problems for exporting businesses and global shipping providers.
RTE News reported that, along with transportation difficulties, 107 homeless people passed away due to the cold weather and dropping temperatures.
Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt and Jordan have all undergone storm-ridden weather, including flooding and heavy snowfall in some regions, such as coastal areas.
Icy and snowed-over roads are causing transportation issues in China and global shipping providers are encountering difficulties when it comes to avoiding delays.
The different economies of the various countries that are part of this institution have affected the overall package delivery for changing industries, like electronic items, clothing retail and furniture production.