Temporary suspension of EMS and airmail to Malaysia by Japan Post
This is something new to share to our friends and followers. Just a few days ago, our Japanese client wanted us to help out promoting some snacks from Japan and they informed us that there is Temporary suspension of EMS and airmail to Malaysia by Japan Post. EMS is the fastest international mail service for sending up to 30 kg of documents and merchandise simply and conveniently to over 120 countries and territories worldwide.
This Temporary suspension of EMS and airmail to Malaysia by Japan Post notice is posted on the Japanese Embassy of KL Malaysia official portal and it is as below. We translated the post to English as it was in Japanese.
● On October 30, Japan Post Co., Ltd. received a temporary suspension of acceptance of international mail in Malaysia (* 1), and for the time being, EMS and air mail (* 2) from Japan to Malaysia. Announced that shipping will be postponed.
(Japan Post website)
● It is said that changes may occur depending on the situation in the future, so please check with Japan Post Co., Ltd. for information on the latest international mail delivery availability and delivery delays.
* 1 On October 25, POS Malaysia, a Malaysian postal service, will take preventive measures due to the occurrence of clusters in the area around the airport, so until further announcements are made, it will be inside KL International Airport. Announced that the Integrated Parcel Center (IPC) will be temporarily closed.
* 2 Letters, postcards, international parcels, small packages, international e-packets, greeting cards , D-mail (air priority mass mail), P mail (air non-priority mass mail), etc.
○ Currently, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is telling Malaysia “Infectious Disease Risk Information Level 3: Please stop traveling. ) ”Is issued. Please check the following for details.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Overseas Safety Homepage: Malaysia
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○ For Japanese residents and travelers, please continue to strive to obtain the latest information from Malaysian authorities and various media. Each state government may have its own regulations, so please try to collect information on your own through the media, each state government’s website, SNS, etc. about the situation in your area.
There is no timeline when the Temporary suspension of EMS and airmail to Malaysia by Japan Post will end. Please take note that this the preventive measure is from Malaysia and not from Japan. We will update once there are updates on the lifting of the the Temporary suspension of EMS and airmail to Malaysia by Japan Post. Thanks for reading!