Dear business owners who have to mail products to customers overseas (and to everyone else in between), this one’s for you.
Pos Malaysia Berhad will be suspending mail, parcel and Express Mail Service (EMS) to all international destinations temporarily from 3 August onwards.
They explained why they will be halting these service until further notice on their official Facebook page.
[PENGUMUMAN]PERKHIDMATAN MEL & BUNGKUSAN ANTARABANGSA DAN EMS DIHENTIKAN SEMENTARA[ANNOUNCEMENT]TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF INTERNATIONAL MAIL, PARCEL AND EMS#PosMalaysia #Pos4You
It turns out that the temporary suspension of the mentioned services are due to the different Covid-19 restrictions over different countries.
“The temporary service suspension is due to service impacts related to Covid-19, which include varying levels of restrictions across destination countries on flights, airport closures and cross border services,” they wrote in a statement.
They are unsure as to when the services will resume, hence anyone who has anything that needs to be mailed overseas will have to do so before 3 August or will have to sit tight until Pos Malaysia Berhad gives the green light.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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