Recent research from several universities indicates that, during the rest of 2013 and in the coming decades, extreme weather will pose a growing risk to international shipping networks.
Work stoppages have affected mail delivery services in multiple nations this month, with postal workers walking off the job indefinitely in some cases.
Mexico was struck by two powerful storms over the weekend, resulting in a substantial disruption to transportation and mail delivery services.
Last week, the United Kingdom confirmed that it is moving forward with the next step in its plan to privatize Royal Mail, the state-run provider of mail delivery services.
As contract negotiations continue to drag on, Brazil Post is facing a strike involving workers from six regional unions.
Companies doing business in Latin America need a partner they can rely on to handle all of their international parcel shipping needs.
A strike by Chilean postal workers ended last week, while mail delivery services in Colombia are expected to return to normal in the coming days.