is here, which means it’s a long weekend for many of us. If you have already done your shopping and you are expecting incoming packages, chances are you are wondering whether they will arrive on Monday or not. Shipping companies like UPS, Fedex, and even the US Postal Service all operate on different schedules, which can make anticipating deliveries a bit difficult, despite before he arrives.
Don’t worry, though. We checked the schedules to find out if companies like FedEx, USPS and UPS deliver on Monday, September 5th or not.
Does UPS deliver on Labor Day?
Unfortunately, UPS is closed for pickup and delivery service on September 5, which is Labor Day. This means that while packages may move between hubs, no deliveries will be made and all physical UPS Store locations will also be closed.
Normal service will resume on Tuesday, September 6. Looking for other days that will be affected by UPS closures? Check out this full list of holidays now.
Labor Day and FedEx deliveries
Unlike UPS, things are a little more complicated with FedEx because the company has many delivery divisions. For the most part, residential deliveries are closed on Monday, September 5 and will resume on September 6.
Some services will operate at least with limited capacity. FedEx Office stores will have modified hours, FedEx Same-Day City services will be modified, and FedEx Custom Critical will remain open. Regular services like FedEx Ground, Express and Home Delivery are all closed for Labor Day.
For a complete list of holidays that FedEx closes, be sure to check that list with the carrier.
USPS is closed on Labor Day
The United States Post Office will not be delivering or picking up mail on Monday, September 5. The service is closed for Labor Day and will resume normal operations on Tuesday, September 6.
For a complete list of holidays that USPS does not ship on, be sure to check out this USPS page.
No Amazon Prime deliveries on Labor Day
Although we may think that Amazon never closes, that is not the case. Amazon closes for seven holidays, one of which is Labor Day. This means that warehouses and delivery operations are closed, so you will not receive any Prime deliveries on Monday September 5th.
For a full list of Amazon paid holidays, be sure to check out this page.
Like others, DHL will be closed on Labor Day. This means that all DHL offices, as well as pickup and delivery operations will be closed on September 5 and will resume as normal on Tuesday September 6.
For a full list of DHL’s operational closing days, be sure to check out this page on the DHL website.