Please be aware that the designated operator of Brazil has announced a strike involving postmen in different regions of the country. The strike originally occurred on Wednesday, September 16 and there are currently no details of when it will end.
The temporary suspension of delivery operations may affect the delivery of letters and parcels. However, a Business Continuity Plan is in place to help minimize impacts and parcels will continue to be delivered by alternate routes whenever possible.
The designated operator of Brazil and Access Worldwide thanks you for your understanding. Please be assured that we will continue to inform you of new developments in the situation.
In other news, an 8.3 magnitude earthquake occurred in northern Chile on Tuesday, September 17. As a result, delays in the distribution of all categories of mail and parcels are to be expected in the coming days. The designated operator of Chile has informed us that the following areas may be affected; La Serena, Coquimbo, Andacollo, La Higuera, Paiguano, Vicuña, Illapel, Canela, Los Vilos, Salamanca, Ovalle, Combarbalá, Monte Patria, Punitaqui, and Rio Hurtado.
As always if there is anything we can do to help, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Customer Service team. Thank you for trusting Access Worldwide with the mail and parcels you send around the world. We appreciate you, and thank you for your business!