Huboo aim to keep you informed regularly regarding all international deliveries out of the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite most domestic services resuming normal time-frames, the majority of international couriers and services are still being affected. Couriers are receiving higher than usual demand – similar to that of the usual peak periods in Q4, however without preparation, a reduction in air travel, changes to transport procedures (eg. various border controls) and/or changes in delivery procedures in the destination country (e.g. quarantine) – they are all seeing delays across most international items and services.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and want reassure you that we are continuously working with our courier partners to limit the impact on your business during this challenging time. As delays and disruption continue in almost every country in the world, we will do our very best to keep your goods moving as quick as possible.
We will keep this page updated as often as possible with weekly reminders via our newsletter.
Below is a list of links to each couriers’ COVID-19 International delivery service report:
Here’s the link to DPD’s latest service updates.
Here’s the link to Royal Mail’s latest service updates.
*please note, this report has not been updated since last week*
We appreciate your patience during this testing time and will continue to keep you updated with any further news we receive.
If you have any further concerns feel free to get in touch.
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