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FBAHELP schedule during the Chinese New Year in 2023

We would like to inform you about the upcoming Chinese New Year Festival, which will last from 21.01.2023 to 27.01.2023. This is the longest and the most important holiday in China.

In this regard we would like to provide the following information:

Shipping deadlines before Chinese New Year

All warehouses, transit points and ports will be overloaded during the pre-holiday week. Consequently, the risk of all kinds of delays is greatly increased, therefore:

  • 10.01.2023 – the latest possible date for air freight.
  • 11.01.2023 – the latest possible date for sea freight (sea UPS, sea truck).
  • 12.01.2023 – the latest possible date for sea freight (Matson, super Matson).

It would be preferable to pick up the shipment beforehand to get it cleared by the customs before the New Year Festival begins.

Holidays week (21.01.2023 to 27.01.2023)

These are official non-working days, so all business requests will be ignored during this period.

Post-holidays week

During the first working week after the holidays expect delays in responses from the suppliers. Factories will be overloaded with pending cases from the holiday period.

FBAHELP will have the following work schedule during this period:

  • 14.01.2023 to 29.01.2023FBAHELP is on holidays. Requests for inspections and logistics services will be accepted, but processed right after the holidays.
  • 30.01.2023 – FBAHELP returns to normal work schedule.

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