Pos Malaysia Stops Delivery For International Mail And Parcel Starting From 30th March 2020


  • Pos Malaysia to stop delivery for international mail and parcel.
  • Except for China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
  • Express Mail Service (EMS) is still available for more international deliveries.
  • The temporary suspension will start on 30th March 2020.

Hello, our dearest foodies! There are some of us who are regulars when it comes to online shopping. Be it for cosmetic products or for food. If you’re on the sending end and often delivers to oversea countries, here’s a piece of news to take note of! Starting from 30th March 2020, Pos Malaysia will be stopping delivery services for international mail and parcel.

Pos Malaysia Stops Delivery For International Mail And Parcel

Photo: (Instagram)

When it comes to delivery services, Pos Malaysia is often the first spot that pops up in the mind. Dating its history back to the 1800s, it’s undoubtedly one of Malaysia’s largest network courier. Providing delivery services across the continents, Pos Malaysia announces that they will be stopping international deliveries temporarily to all countries except for China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom.

Photo: @pos4you (Instagram)

According to Pos Malaysia post, the reason behind the suspension of international deliveries goes back to the cancellation of flights, airport closures and controls to prevent the spread of Covid-19. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t send out deliveries at all. You can opt for Express Mail Service (EMS). With different flights and partners, EMS will still be able to send out international mails and parcels with the exception of some countries.

Safety Comes First Before Anything

Photo: Pos Malaysia (Facebook)

Meanwhile, Pos Malaysia suspends its international delivery temporarily, EMS will continue its services to deliver to most countries. However, we recommend everyone to wait until the end of MCO if there is no rush. Additionally, we will keep everyone updated with the most recent news. We hope everyone stays safe and see you in the next post!

Read More: Malaysia To Build Temporary Hospital With 600 Beds To Prepare For Rising Covid-19 Cases


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