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Coronavirus and pandemic - We are doing everything we can to keep our deliveries going

The very serious situation that has affected Denmark and the rest of the world affects all parts of society. At Bring, we are doing everything we can to keep our agreed deliveries and services going.

We are delivering mail, parcels and goods mainly as usual.

Over all, our deliveries are going as normal across the country and shipments of goods from foreign online stores go as normal in the Nordics. However, there may be delays. There is no a restriction outside of the EU on which countries we can send shipments to.

You find our latest operational reports on our customer service page.

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More people want home delivery for their goods

As a result of the corona virus, we now see a strong increase in the demand for home delivery. We have introduced some temporary changes for some services, to ensure that we can quickly deliver the increased volumes for home delivery in the future.

In order to make your customers feel safe in the checkout, it's important that you highlight your home delivery option.

Pickup points

The current closure of several stores has resulted in the closure of 46 pickup points. We still have a continued strong network. In the places where locations are closed, the parcels are moved to the closest pickup point and the recipient is notified.

Business Parcel and Groupage and Part Loads

At the moment there are unfortunately more and more companies that must or choose to shut down their operations, which means that we aren't able to deliver. In order to reduce the burden on our distribution, we will onlu make one delivery attempt from now on.

If the parcel is not delivered, we will store it at the terminal until the companies are open again. If the recipient wishes to get another delivery attemps, they can order it on bring.dk/modtager/genlevering. If the sender wishes to have the parcel returned, that can be ordered via our customer service.

Extra waiting time is to be expected, but we are doing everything we can.

This applies until the situation is back to normal.

Closure of the borders from March 14 at 12 p.m.

The Danish authorities have from 14 March at 12 p.m. temporarily closed the borders to Denmark in order to avoid the spread of infection. This affects people working with transport of goods and goods. We continue to deliver as normal but if there are any delays due to queue formation or such at the Danish borders, we will update the information accordingly.

Restrictions on exports from the EU

EU has introduced export controls on personal protective equipment. Due to the current situation, there are currently increased demands for personal protective equipment such as mouthguards, protective clothing and gloves. Therefore, the EU has imposed restrictions on the export of these goods to countries outside of the EU.

The specific goods concerned are stated in the EU Commission Regulation. The HS codes themselves are mentioned from page 4.

If you are exporting goods that fall into the category of personal protective equipment, you must apply for an export permit from the Danish Commerce Agency.

If you have an export permit to export these goods, you must enter it in box 44.5 with certificate code C086 as well as the export permit number.

If you carry goods that have the same HS codes that have been subject to this export control but are not covered by the scheme, you must enter the certificate code Y975 in box instead.

If you have specific questions regarding all of this, please contact:

  • The Danish Business Agency on telephone 35 29 15 00 regarding export control.
  • The Danish Customs Agency on telephone 72 22 12 02 regarding certificate codes.

Otherwise, we are of course available if you have any other questions.

Steps taken to reduce the risk of infection

Bring has taken several steps to reduce the risk of infection, both for our customers and for our employees:

  • There is no physical contact when delivering parcels and goods.
  • The recipients don't sign on our PDAs. The driver will register the delivery and the GPS coordinates will be recorded automatically upon delivery.
  • For courier services and some home delivery services, we are now using a new solution where the recipient can sign for the delivery on their own mobile phone.
  • We have implemented strict cleaning and hygiene measures for e.g. terminals, post reception centres, and main offices.

Bring follows the recommendations of the national health authorities and we have also implemented our own group-specific measures. We are well prepared and have a crisis group in place in the group.

As a rule, employees in administrative functions are working from home.

We are monitoring the situation and are well prepared

We are closely monitoring the coronavirus situation and follow the official health advice. The Posten Norge Group consists of a big workplace with an important business in the Nordics and in some countries outside of the Nordics. Several cases of the coronavirus have now been detected in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

- We are closely monitoring the development and are well prepared should the situation change. We have informed our employees and encourage everyone to familiarize themselves with and follow the official health advice provided by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. The same goes for our employees in other countries, who must follow the advice provided in the country where they reside, says CEO Tone Wille, Posten Norge.

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We are prepared and ready to handle the situation. If the situation deteriorates and leads to irregularities in our supply chain, we have initiated a dialogue with some major customers about the prioritisation of their shipments.

We must continuously prioritise which services and customer volumes can be produced. Access to personnel and vehicles and other limitations are key factors. Our prioritisations are based on life, health and the key interests of society. At the same time, we would like to emphasise that the group is doing all we can to ensure that agreed deliveries and services are carried out in accordance with the agreements in place.

A number of measures have been implemented

Major events have been cancelled and all non-essential air travel, both domestic and international, have been stopped in all countries where we have employees. This restriction applies until further notice.

External meetings must generally be carried out via Skype/Teams or by phone until further notice. External participants who attend meetings at Bring’s and Posten Norge’s premises will be asked if they have been in areas of ongoing infection or if they show symptoms of infection.

Increased use of home offices has been introduced within the Posten Norge Group, in addition to a number of extraordinary hygiene and cleaning measures at terminals, post reception points and the head office. This to strengthen the daily work with cleaning and hygiene already in place and to prevent infection.

Force Majeure

The current very serious situation that affects all of society means that the Posten Norge AS and Bring group must notify all parties that this is now a force majeure situation. As long as this results in obstacles to our deliveries, any deviations from agreements will not constitute non-fulfilment of the agreement. We therefore want to notify you that it is unlikely that we will be able to fulfil all our obligations as intended, and that deviations may occur. For example when it comes to pick-up times, shipping times, delivery times and our time guarantees.

The international exchange of mail, parcel and goods shipments is to a greater extent impacted by restrictions in air traffic, which causes cancellations of passenger flights and reduced capacity. Transport is considered to have a critical role in society and so far the borders within the EU are open to the transport of goods by road.

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As of today, there is no indication that there are any risks associated with the purchase of goods and the reception of parcels from China. The infection spreads between people.

In China, there has been a partial stop in production of goods and consequently reduced volumes of post and goods for transportation. This is recovering. In Italy, restrictions have been introduced nationwide, not just in northern Italy. Right now, the flow of goods is normal, but we must take into account that there may be delays in the shipping of post and goods. The same will apply to other countries where the coronavirus is widespread. We are in close contact with our international partners, especially with the other postal companies in the Universal Postal Union.