‘What’s the hold-up?’ Royal Mail issues a major update on delays today, including a complete list of postcodes.
In recent days and weeks, ROYAL MAIL has been suffering from severe delays.
Customers have received yet another update from the postal service today.
The Christmas season is always a busy time for Royal Mail, resulting in mail delays for many Britons.
However, these delays are still occurring across the country this week due to Covid-related issues.
More delays are expected across the country today, according to Royal Mail.
The company stated that it uses an air, rail, and road network to transport letters and parcels between its distribution hubs, mail processing centers, and delivery offices throughout the United Kingdom.
The postal service’s mail centers are having some issues, despite the fact that its air, rail, and road networks have been running on time for the past 24 hours.
Four mail centers are experiencing delays today, January 7.
“Some mail posted in other parts of the UK yesterday is due for delivery today to addresses in the CH, LL, and SY postcode areas,” the Royal Mail stated on its website.
“Exeter Mail Centre: Some mail was delivered today to addresses in the EX and TQ postcode areas after being posted in other parts of the UK yesterday.”
“Nottingham Mail Centre: Some mail was delivered to addresses in the DE and NG postcode areas today after being posted in other parts of the UK yesterday.”
“Some mail posted in other parts of the UK yesterday is due for delivery today to addresses in the CW, L, WA, and WN postcode areas,” says Warrington Mail Centre.
“Deliveries are operating as normal across most of the country today,” Royal Mail continued.
“We strive to deliver six days a week to all of the addresses for which we have mail.”
“This may be temporarily unavailable in a small number of local offices due to local issues such as Covid-related self-isolation, high levels of sick leave, resourcing, or other local factors.”
“In those cases, we’ll rotate deliveries to reduce individual customer delays.”
“We also provide targeted support to those offices in order to address their issues and restore our service to the high standard that our customers expect.”
Over the last 24 hours, Britons have once again taken to social media to express their dissatisfaction with missed or delayed mail.
“@RoyalMail a package was posted over to me from the UK to Ireland on the 14th December and has.” wrote Twitter user Brenda Watson.
“News from the Brinkwire.”