UK's ROYAL-MAIL BANS TONER CARTRIDGES

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UK's ROYAL-MAIL BANS TONER CARTRIDGES

 user 2010-11-10 at 8:30:39 am Views: 46
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    http://tamebay.com/2010/11/royal-mail-bans-air-delivery-of-ink-or-toner.html

    UK’s ROYAL-MAIL BANS TONER CARTRIDGES 
    Following
    the recent terrorist scare regarding explosives hidden in printer ink
    and toner cartridges, the Secretary of State for Transport has issued
    directions prohibiting the carriage by air of ink or toner cartridges.

    This
    impacts both inland and international carriage of ink and toner
    cartridges by Royal Mail (much inland postage is still carried by
    plane). To comply with the directions Royal Mail are unable to fly any
    ink or toner cartridges over 500g through their UK or international
    network until further notice. They are advising customers that they can
    still post ink and toner, but to be aware of potential delays to these
    items reaching their destinations.

    If you sell printer ink or
    toner on eBay, Amazon or your own website it’s probably worth informing
    customers of potential delivery delays for this type of product. If
    you’re running short of supplies for your own printer make sure you
    replenish your supplies in plenty of time before you run out.

    http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/jump1?catId=400144&mediaId=112300784
    General operational situation
    Aviation Security Update – Ink or toner cartridges

    Following recent incidents with improvised explosive devices, the
    Secretary of State for Transport has issued directions prohibiting the
    carriage by air of ink or toner cartridges, with immediate effect.

    In order to comply with this direction fully, Royal Mail is unable to
    fly any ink or toner cartridges over 500g through our UK or
    international network until further notice. We’re very sorry for the
    inconvenience caused by these restrictions and would advise customers
    that they can still post with us, but please be aware of potential
    delays to these items reaching their destinations.

    http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/jump1?catId=400144&mediaId=112300784