Friday, May 14, 2010

USPS Files Plan for 5-Day Delivery

The Postal Service has taken its case for five-day delivery to the Postal Regulatory Commission, claiming that current volumes do not support six-day service. The USPS is required by law to seek an advisory opinion from this commission any time they propose a nationwide change in service.

Read more.

Yes, you may have heard about that. But guess who sent the e-mail to me?

Pitney Bowes. They send out a regular e-letter about topics that affect their clients. P-B machines are used to print out postage labels, among other things.

In the same message P-B talks about small business and social media. You should be using Facebook and Twitter to tell you customers important, and relevant info...such as an impending five-day USPS delivery schedule.

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