AOP Christmas Shipping and Order Deadlines Guide 2018

AOP CHRISTMAS SHIPPING AND ORDER DEADLINES GUIDE 2018
Online business is always hard in Q4. You work hard to make sales, Suppliers receives so many orders and falls behind, Postal companies make mistakes, buyers get impatient.
So it is always smart to warn them advanced. Do not forget to update your customers about their orders.

Zones and Cut-off Dates

  • ROW: All Products: 3 December 2018
  • US: Cut and Sew Products: 3 December, All Products: 9 December 2018
  • EU: Cut and Sew Products: 3 December, All Products: 9 December 2018
  • UK: Cut and Sew Products: 10 December, All Products: 14 December 2018
We will keep printing and sending after those dates but can not guarantee they will be delivered before Xmas.
We will be closed on Bank Holidays which is 25, 26 December and 1 January 2019. There is no production on those days.

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Canada Post Problems, Say goodbye to Xmas orders for Canada!

Stop sending mail and parcels, Canada Post asks foreign services

If you are selling to Canada, there is a HUGE chance they won’t get their orders in time. Because of the strike on Canada Post, Labour dispute causes 30-day backlog as 600 tractor-trailers sit unloaded.

Read more here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/canada-post-strike-1.4909208

– “Labour dispute causes 30-day backlog as 600 tractor-trailers sit unloaded”

– “As a result, we have been forced to request that international posts, including the United States Postal Service, refrain from shipping items until we can clear the backlog.”