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USPS, CA to Europe, back to air cargo?

Old 27th Aug 2020, 13:45
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USPS, CA to Europe, back to air cargo?

While watching the tracking info for my first class international package from California to Germany, I came across this:
https://esellercafe.com/us-postal-service-shifting-international-air-mail-sea-transport-during-covid-19-update-6-5-2020/

Since there was no update since June 5th, does this mean they have gone back to air cargo by now?


Curiously, those shipments were always from the East Coast distribution centers, headed for Rotterdam, and conspicuously excluded France and Germany, which regularly receive non-postal sea shipments through Rotterdam. Was there enough cargo capacity to these countries already in May?

How did LA ship things? They mention a sea shipment to Brazil from LA, but that's it.
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