Filipinos continue to face the brunt of their flood season, as Tropical Depression Agaton caused landslides and massive flooding.
Russia’s latest decision to impose additional restrictions for e-commerce companies to send parcels to customers may cause further delivery delays.
Protests in Thailand have been happening for at least a month now, and it is likely to continue next week when elections are scheduled to occur.
Protests in Ukraine continue to cause problems for international shipping services, especially in the capital of Kiev.
Over 8,000 people are waiting to get their lives back together after a Category 5 turned 4 cyclone made landfall earlier this month.
Massive flooding in the French Riviera may interrupt international shipping services at this time.
Indonesia faces problems with parcel shipping and delivery after another round of steady rainfall.
Ukraine’s latest round of protests may cause a halt of mail delivery services on Monday, January 20, 2014.
The National Postal Forum is two months away, registration for the conference and trade show is open now.
Postal service organizations around the world have counted their parcel delivery in December, and have found that e-commerce has driven demand.