UK Service Bulletin
No new updates.
International Service Bulletin
2nd June - 8th June
Isle of Man TT Races
Applies to those customers who use Isle of Man Two Day Service
Please be advised that the TT Races commence on 26th May 2018. As a result many public roads will be closed on the following dates:
Saturday 2nd June - Roads close at 10:00 AM
Monday 4th June - Roads close at 10:00 AM
Wednesday 6th June - Roads close at 10:00 AM
Friday 8th June - Roads close at 10:00 AM
Please note that there may be minor disruptions from 26th May to 1st June, which is a practice week. Delivery attempts will be made wherever possible however some delivery delays are to be expected.
16th May - 14th June
Ramadan and Eid Ul Fitr
Applies to those customers who use DPD Express, Air Classic, DPD Direct and International Mail Services
The month of Ramadan is expected to commence from 16th May and continue until 14th June, dates may vary depending on Country. Deliveries to any of the countries listed below may be impacted due to a change in working hours, for this period only.
Please note during the month, working hours and staff will be reduced, this may have an impact on deliveries and Customs processing.
Eid Ul Fitr (expected from 14th June)
During the Eid celebration, there will be no deliveries to the Countries listed below. Exact dates will be confirmed closer to the celebration.
The following countries will be impacted: Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
If anything changes we will provide further updates.
1st July 2018
Tax Information - Introduction of GST for low value items to Australia
Applies to those customers who use DPD Direct, Air Express and Air Classic.
Please be aware that the Australian Taxation Office has confirmed that it plans to introduce new rules around the capture of Goods Sales Tax from 1st July 2018.
This GST would only apply to retailers whose turnover within Australia is more than AU$75,000 per annum.
It is the responsibility of the retailer to confirm whether they are liable for this tax and register with the Australian Taxation Office if needed.
They must then capture this GST from consumers at checkout for all low value shipments (under AU$1,000).
Please see the attached pack which acts as guidance of these changes, this should not be considered as a substitute for the services of professional tax advisers.
DPD will be making the necessary changes to our operation to allow retailers to be compliant however, we would recommend that retailers engage professional tax advisers to discuss the impact of this change on their business.
- International Bank Holidays Schedule