The German transnational postal and logistics company DHL has suspended the delivery of goods and documents to Russia and Belarus amid the military operation in Ukraine.
Reception of parcels in both countries is suspended until further notice, according to a message on the company’s website. A similar measure has been taken with regard to DHL Express services for the delivery of documents and goods from and to Ukraine. The company also closed its divisions in Ukraine and stopped its activities in the country for a while.
On Wednesday, the suspension of import deliveries of goods to Russia was announced by the Swiss Kuehne & Nagel. At the end of February, the postal services FedEx and UPS stopped delivering letters and parcels to Russia.
Since March 1, the world’s largest container carriers – the Swiss Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the Danish Maersk and the French CMA CGM – have stopped accepting orders for the transportation of containers to and from Russia.