Shipping is expected go through an array of changes, but some adjustments are easier to impose than others.
The Royal Mail is in the spotlight again for its plans to lay off workers and save $82 million per year.
A significant majority of postal workers in Egypt refuse to return to work because the government refused to meet their demand for higher wages.
The cost to send Canadian mail will go up $0.22 cents by the end of this month.
Multiple sources seem to show a high degree of online consumerism in Asian countries.
Greece’s public sector went on a 48-hour strike to protest against a fifth straight year of layoffs.
France’s 24-hour strike interrupted operations for many airlines on Tuesday, which forced them to cancel some flight arrangements on Wednesday to offset the day before’s problems.
Crimea’s decision to secede from Ukraine may cause deeper rifts in Europe, which in turn may affect international shipping services.
Parts of South Africa, including the capital of Pretoria are experiencing significant bouts of rain, which has interrupted mail delivery and freight shipping services.
The Port of Vancouver’s strikes is causing the city to lose about $388 million worth of inventory per week.