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Summary (Last Updated: 10/05/2020; 12:14) UPS is Open for Business – Service impacts related to Coronavirus
UPS operations will continue, with daily pickups and deliveries except where constrained by government restrictions.
In accordance with the procedure for the management of undeliverable postal shipments issued by ENACOM: all postal shipments that appear to contain perishables, in that they present signs of exterior damage such as leaks, or conditions that would prevent proper storage, will be subject to the Undeliverable Shipments procedure effective immediately.
Those postal shipments, in an undeliverable stage, will be on hold for a period of (2) months. The next date for opening of lagged shipments is Saturday December 5, 2020.
If, during this period, the shipper or the consignee does not present a request for the recovery of the postal shipment, the shipment will be declared abandoned and further procedures will apply as specified by ENACOM.
To find out if your shipment is on the list of undeliverable shipments, please contact us.
The safety of our employees, our customers and the people in the communities we proudly serve is a top priority. We will continue monitoring the situation and will take the necessary steps to ensure minimal impact to service.
Visit ups.com for the latest information about service impacts and to track the status of your shipments.