In fact, my local office is making a point to have everyone take vacation and do only the minimum work. I've done import for years at all months and seasons and this year's holiday quarter has been significantly slower than most any year I can recall.And that's across the board from USPS to Fedex to UPS to DHL.Also I should mention that, due to the holidays, things are really slow now and it may take a long time to arrive (and update on the tracking site) anyway.Your package is still within the UPS network and, unless otherwise noted, should be delivered on the scheduled delivery date.
"Due to the busy holiday season, we are seeing higher-than-expected volumes.This is what I get: I had been tracking it with this system and it said it came into Canada already. On Japan Post side it says updates only up till Dec 2nd that it was dispatched from customs. There is a trick to getting some limited information on your package's status from Canada Post. If you are tracking two or more packages enter those tracking numbers.First off, check Japan Post's website with your tracking number(s) - Canada Post still sends info to Japan Post for registered SAL so it will show up on the Japan Post website but updates can be a day or two off. If you are only tracking one package, you will need a second tracking number, use an old one(not more than year old) or make one up.I also have a weird address so stuff goes astray sometimes, and without knowing when it was supposed to arrive I don't know when I need to take action.EMS shipments will work on Canada posts site (at least they did for me a week or so ago), it's just registered SAL that no longer does. This is the link amiami gives me for tracking SAL packages: ...We display the Next Expected Tracking Event so you can rest assured that your shipment is still moving even though no new tracking scans may appear for a while.If you’ve ever ordered a product from Chinese sellers, you know that the time it takes to get delivered can take a very long time, but reports say the problem is with Canada Post, not with the shipper. “Maybe customs is not pulling its weight as well.” When CTV Calgary first asked about the issue, Canada Post said that time sensitive parcels are given priority while others are worked through on a daily basis.You will get the usual message about tracking not being a feature, but there will be a time and date of the last recorded action on your package for your tracking number(s).Check that against the newest entry from the Japan Post website.It's a bit slower to update but it should say when it arrives to your local post office.I just have a PO box number and when it arrives there part of the postal code will show up in the location part on the Japanese site.