The worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus is slowing down global trade. Several products are experiencing significant delays in their delivery.
Note: Due to the current situation, there is an increased volume of enquiries, which unfortunately means that the emails cannot be answered within the usual time frame.
In your customer account you can check the status of your order at any time and adjust it if necessary:
- If individual products are affected by a delay, you can activate a free partial delivery, so that you will receive the remaining products already.
- You can also cancel individual items directly. Here you can find out how to do this.
- Already paid amounts can either be redeemed in a future order or directly transferred back.
Unfortunately, our employees do not have any information about delivery date postponements due to the coronavirus epidemic. As soon as further information is known, the details will be updated automatically.
Status update on Friday, 13 March 2020
- The delivery date of the Huawei Mate Xs is postponed from 16 to 20 March.
Status update on Tuesday, 10 March 2020
The delivery dates of the disinfectant Grown Alchemist Hydra-Gel Hand Sanitiser in the sizes 50ml and 500ml have been delayed. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the transport of dangerous goods is working to capacity. This also applies to the transport of alcoholic products. Unfortunately, there is no faster way to get the disinfectants from Australia to Switzerland.
PVH Corp. has announced delivery delays of up to three weeks for its Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands. Summer and autumn collections are affected.
Status update on Thursday, 27 February 2020
The availability of the Rasperry Pi 3 Model B + is limited and the next batch is expected in a few months.
Status update on Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Manufacturers of network products have warned of upcoming or already occurring bottlenecks:
- Devolo chipsets are running low in German warehouses. Supplies are interrupted and availability is only guaranteed until about the end of March.
- TP-Link is now delivering its goods by air freight, which results in increased prices.
- Ubiquiti has announced delays regarding new products. Thanks to backup quantities in European warehouses, however, existing products are still well stocked and prices are stable.
- Netgear has reported shortages of several items, but prices are still stable.
Status update on Monday, 24 February 2020
- Respiratory masks are largely sold out in our shops; production fails to meet demand. We currently have some disinfectants and medical thermometers in stock, but are expecting delivery problems in the near future.
- Apple iPhones are virtually unavailable: we're selling the devices we have in stock, but getting new supplies is virtually impossible at the moment. Distributors who have devices in stock have increased their prices by 5 to 10 percent compared to before the outbreak of the coronavirus disease.
- Bosch has reported delivery delays for its power tools.
- Xiaomi has announced delays without indicating an end to the bottleneck. Distributors have increased prices by 5 to 10 percent.
- Various manufacturers of PC components and storage media such as Intel, MSI, AMD and ASUS have reported delivery delays. Price increases have also been announced.
- Tablets: Apple, Samsung and Amazon have reported delivery delays, also without mentioning an end to the bottleneck.
- The drone manufacturer Dji can’t keep up production.
- Baby products and toys: delivery delays of 2 to 3 months have been announced for some Philips, Hauck, Osann and Secomp products. There is a lack of wood and individual components.