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June 7, 2020 - Great improvement for Purolator and another decline for Canada Post


Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, Buster Fetcher has been paying close attention to delivery delays for Canada Post and Purolator.

We notice a huge improvement in the amount of parcels delivered late by Purolator for the second week in a row. The percentage of late deliveries which was at 23.53% is now at 16.96%.

Canada Post continues to pile on late deliveries with a percentage of 42.03% of parcels delivered late for the week of June 7th 2020.



* Statistics are based on Buster Fetcher’s analysis of shipments made by its customers across Canada (almost 1000) who ship across the country and internationally. Though there may be discrepancies with official data released by the carriers themselves, our statistics still help paint the portrait of the situation in this time of crisis.



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We noticed the first deterioration for Purolator in a few weeks. The amount of packages delivered late increased from 12.35% during the week of June 21st to 16.66% during the week of June 28, 2020 Canada Post, on the other end, improved by going from 35.35% of packages delivered late for our customers during the week of June 2st1 to 32.11% during the week of June 28th, 2020. It’s important to know that the average percentages are still 3 to 4 times higher than normal.
Status of deliveries in Canada: Week of June 14th 2020 #1: Purolator: Second week of improvements #2: Canada Post: First improvement in weeks
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