Changes in delivery days as of July 18, 2017
The reform will bring about changes to the products delivered on Tuesdays. The reason behind the changes is the substantial decline in mail volumes caused by digitization. These changes require the introduction of a new delivery rhythm over different weekdays in order to control delivery costs.
The change will have no effect on early-morning newspaper delivery or the delivery of parcels.
What does the change mean in practice?
In conjunction with the service reforms in March 2017, basic deliveries on Tuesdays will continue to cover the majority of newspapers as well as parcels, express letters and laboratory items.
Following the implementation of the reforms, Tuesday deliveries will no longer cover magazines, advertisements, letters and free publications, provided that all early-week items have been delivered on Monday. Outgoing letters and parcels will be picked up as usual.
For customers who have ordered the pick-up and delivery service, we will continue to deliver and pick up items five days a week, but Tuesday deliveries will be subject to the same changes as Tuesday daytime deliveries in general.
Corporate Postal Code holders will continue to receive all mail five days a week. Read more about Corporate Postal Codes.