Post Expo 2014

POST-EXPO 2014 attracted almost 2,000 visitors

Almost 2,000 attendees from 73 countries, including Russia, Korea, Austria, USA, Belgium, UK, Uruguay, Poland and Finland, attended the first day of the Post-Expo 2014 event in Stockholm, Sweden, making it the most successful event in the postal industry calendar.


Why FedEx Shippers Should Be Scrambling To Analyze Their Data

FedEx made headlines once again Friday, announcing, effective January 1, 2015, that FedEx Ground will apply dimensional weight pricing to all shipments. Currently, FedEx applies dimensional weight pricing only to packages measuring three cubic feet (5,184 cubic inches) or greater.


USPS Defers Implementation of Full-Service Intelligent Mail Requirement for Automation Prices

The U.S. Postal Service® is disappointed with the portion of last week’s ruling from the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) which held that the implementation of Full-Service Intelligent Mail® barcode (IMb™) constitutes a rate increase. This ill-conceived decision will impair complete


Mail.dat By/For Demystified

With the Federal Register for Full-Service, USPS® clarified the by/for requirement in electronic documentation. So, what is by/for? In your eDoc (Mail.dat, Mail.XML or Postal Wizard), you’ll need to identify who the mailing is by (you, the mail preparer) and


Legislative Provisions Senator Carper Expects to be Part of the Senate Postal Reform Bill

As for specific provisions that may be discussed or included in the bill that the Senate will propose, Senator Carper mentioned. Provisions that were included in S. 1789 such as: – A process that will give communities that face the

Presort News

Move Update for Flats

NPI has worked hard, collaborated with industry vendors, and took the initiative with the USPS for the allowance of move updates on flats. This has resulted in USPS regulation changes that will allow for two IMBs on a flat. With

Workers loading pneumatic canisters for postal tubes

The Postal Service Goes Underground

Below is an excerpt from the Smithsonian National Postal Museum Blog, “Pushing the Envelope” where Historian and Curator Nancy Pope describes how the postal service transferred mail: America’s postal service went underground 120 years ago today. No, it wasn’t on


USPS – January Numbers

January Numbers are in and the USPS is reporting Year to Date losses of 1.6 Billion, but it really is not all that bad, if you do not include the 2006 PAEA Law (the prefunding) there was only a 88

NPF Headline

NPF Session Added

A Smooth Transition to 6-day Package and 5-day Mail Delivery Workshop Changing how we deliver mail is part of a comprehensive plan to ensure that the Postal Service can continue to deliver affordable service to the American people. Don’t miss


USPS legally defends 5-day service

February 21st, 2013 | 2013 Budget Postal Service | Posted by Sean Reilly Orignal post found here: For anyone with a background in appropriations law and a little time on their hands, FedLine has obtained a copy of the

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