Indonesia’s post advises that the Jakarta office of exchange is upgrading to IPS version 2020. This will result in delays in electronic advance data transmissions between July 8-10.
Indonesia’s post advises that the force majeure situation declared in the past remains in effect, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the state of alert declared by the Indonesian government.
Indonesia’s post advises that operations have been partially restored, subject to COVID-19 social distancing measures. Due to insufficient international transport capacity, the post is accepting outbound international mail items for a limited number of destinations. The international mail processing center is handling incoming international dispatches. However, distribution to remote customs and delivery offices is still subject to delays. The post is still unable to guarantee quality of service and delivery standards and the case of force majeure already invoked remains in force. Signature on delivery remains suspended but tracked confirmation of deliveries will be provided through scans for products that allow tracking.
Indonesia’s post advises that the Jakarta office of exchange (IDKTC) has resumed its operational activities as June 18, 2020.
Indonesia’s post advises that the Jakarta office of exchange (IDKTC) will be temporarily closed from June 15 – June 17, 2020 as a result of an employee testing positive for COVID-19. All necessary steps are being taken to prevent the spread of the virus in this facility, however, the closure will lead to delays in the processing and delivery of inbound items, response to inquiries, RESDES messages and customs processes.
Indonesia’s post advises that operations for all outbound and inbound mail are disrupted due to government measures taken to minimize spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Delivery standards cannot be guaranteed, addressee signature on delivery of inbound items has been suspended, and a situation of force majeure has been declared through May 29.