Hurricane Harvey

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As hurricane Harvey approaches the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas, all major carriers may encounter disruptions of service. We have placed links to their sites so you may get the latest info. And as always you can use our Online Package Tracking Tool to check the delivery status of your package.

USPS
The U.S. Postal Service is monitoring conditions in Louisiana and Texas as Hurricane Harvey gains strength. The storm, expected to become a Category 3 hurricane, is beginning to impact the Texas coast. It’s predicted to cause major flooding described as “catastrophic” as well as high winds. Residents are being urged to evacuate areas in the path of the storm. Postal operations in the region are impacted.

Updates will be posted as they become available. Please check the link for updates and more info from USPS:
http://about.usps.com/news/service-alerts/welcome.htm

FEDEX
FedEx is closely monitoring Hurricane Harvey. Our contingency plans are in place and, as always, our priorities are the safety and well-being of our team members and minimizing the effects of potential storms on service. FedEx will be prepared to provide service to the best of our ability in areas affected by the storm and as local conditions allow. You can check the link below for more info on FEDEX Service Alerts:
http://www.fedex.com/us/servicealerts/

UPS
With Hurricane Harvey making landfall in areas of Louisiana and Texas over the weekend, our team continues to assess local weather conditions.
We will work to ensure the safety of our employees while minimizing effects on service. Contingency plans are in place to help ensure that shipments arrive at their final destinations as quickly as conditions permit. The link below will provide more info on UPS Service alerts and areas affected:
https://www.ups.com/us/es/service-alerts.page?id=alert1