Due to on-going issues with global logistics, delays at ports and the shortage of delivery drivers, Everything Dinosaur urges its customers to shop early for Christmas. Several major retailers have already issued warnings about problems with stock (Ikea, Tesco, Nestle) and major ports such as Felixstowe in the UK have reported cargo logjams and the port of Los Angeles (California) is having to work around the clock to clear back logs.
Team members at Everything Dinosaur are awaiting a number of deliveries, the first of which (CollectA) is scheduled to arrive next week (October 2021).
A spokesperson for the UK-based mail order company stated:
“We have been aware of potential problems with the delivery of stock for some time. Since the global pandemic first started, there have been problems with global shipping, team members are doing all they can to minimise the disruption for our customers. We will continue to monitor the situation and we have put in place robust plans to help manage product stocks”.
Delays with Parcel Deliveries
Parcels continue to be packed and despatched promptly and Everything Dinosaur will shortly begin packing orders 7-days a week to ensure a rapid despatch. Although postal and courier services are coping well at the moment, the company is anticipating that due to staff shortages in the mail system and other factors, Christmas parcel deliveries may take longer this year than usual.
Everything Dinosaur urges customers to shop early for Christmas.
If you have a question about Everything Dinosaur’s delivery services, or if you require additional information on deliveries as we approach the festive season contact Everything Dinosaur: Email Everything Dinosaur.