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News Royal Mail announces new range of mitigation actions to ensure continued delivery

Discussion in 'Business News & Resources' started by Helen, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. Helen


    Mar 26, 2013
    Royal Mail have released further updates to their expected service level. They clearly want to re-assure that their main goal is to keep mail moving across the country in spite of absence levels being twice what they would expect this time of year.

    The headlines are:-
    • 11,000 Post Offices remain open ( click here to find out information on Post Office opening times)
    • Suspension of 1 pm time guarentee on Special Delivery. Special delivery will still be prioritised but no guarentees are made - though the aim is by 1pm, or end of day. Special Delivery Guaranteed by 9am service remains unchanged; they still guarantee to deliver by 9am
    • Deployment of non-operational managers in Delivery
    • No contact during delivery including hand held devices. Royal Mail will instead log the name of the person accepting the item. If an item won’t fit through your letterbox they will place your item at your door, knock and then step aside to a safe distance to watch you retrieve. This will make sure it is received but not require any contact.
    Full details and continual updates can be found at Royal Mail CoronaVirus Page
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