Due to reports of adverse weather conditions, ferry sailings and transit times may be severely affected as temperatures plummet into minus figures around Europe. Delays in sailings will cause a backlog and in turn will affect delivery dates.
We continue to monitor the weather conditions closely and will update you as we receive more information regarding this situation.
Update 28 February: Status RED weather warning in place. Our Naas depot will be closed today and staff will work from home where they can. Belfast is still fully operational with a status yellow weather warning. Derry and Newcastle West fully operational as well.
Update 1 March: Status RED weather warning in place. Our Naas depot will be closed again today and staff will work from home where they can. Belfast is partially operational and it is expected that not all deliveries will be made. Derry and Newcastle West fully operational.
Update 2 March: Conditions have worsened significantly overnight and all operations in ROI have been suspended. Staff will work from home where they can however no collections/deliveries will be made. Depots in NI are partially operational however no collections/deliveries in Newry, Omagh, Enniskillen, Armagh, South Down.
Update 4 March: Significant improvement and thaw has set in. All depots will be open again tomorrow Monday 5 March, however backlogs are to be expected. We are working hard to get these cleared as soon as we can.
In the meantime, if you have any concerns in relation to your shipments, please contact your local office or mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org.