The U.S Postal Service has temporarily suspended Priority Mail International® (PMI) delivery to China effective January 28, 2022, due to limited transportation options.
PMI parcels currently in transit will be delivered (although delays should be expected) but items entered on or after 1/28/22 will be returned to the sender and marked as ““Mail Service Suspended — Return to Sender”. The USPS will provide a full refund of the shipping costs.
If you need to ship to China during this suspension period, then we recommend you use GlobalPost International Standard. Enjoy doo-to-door tracking, free coverage up to $100 against loss or damage, and more.
If you don’t see GlobalPost International Standard as an option in your shipping software, contact Customer Care at 1-888-434-0055 (open Monday to Friday, 6 am to 6 pm PT) to request access to GlobalPost carrier services.
USPS Service suspension to China
by GlobalPost | Jan 29, 2022 | Uncategorized