Posted Aug 21, 2019 ACCUZIP HOSTS 2019 FALL POTC MEETING Nearly 60 experts from more than 50 companies will come together to collaborate on mail preparation technology, USPS® customer-facing programs and services, and work-sharing initiatives.
Posted Aug 16, 2019 ZIPLINE 2019 Vol. 2 Cover Reveal
Posted Aug 13, 2019 TESTIMONIAL TUESDAY! "Just listened to Mailer's Hub video. Your presentation on ID, which included physical showing of the gateway, was beyond helpful. Discussion afterward was also valuable. As a "postal rep" it's a challenge to address MSP's sometimes, and it's frustrating. Great to know you guys are taking the steps you are taking. Thank you. Eddie Goldberg-USPS Senior Mail Specialist 1 Floretta Place Raleigh, NC 27676 Office (919) 420-5161 Mobile (919) 332-5625"
Posted Aug 5, 2019 AccuZIP's Dave Belmonte speaks at the AccuZIP sponsored breakfast Saturday at the 2019 Minuteman Press World Expo.
Posted Aug 1, 2019 POTUS postage - To help mark the release of the stamp honoring George H.W. Bush, the nation's 41st commander in chief, here is a fact about presidential stamps: 1. Presidential stamps are now issued after death. Since 1945, presidents have been memorialized on stamps usually within a year of their death and often on their date of birth. The stamp honoring Bush, who died last fall, was released June 12, when he would have turned 95. Many presidents have been featured on stamps over the years, including, clockwise from top left, Warren Harding (1930), Thomas Jefferson (1923), William McKinley (1927), Ulysses Grant (1923), James Monroe (1923), James Garfield (1922), Woodrow Wilson (1925), Benjamin Harrison (1926) and Theodore Roosevelt (1922). Source: Mail Spoken Here - July 2019 Issue
Posted Jul 31, 2019
Posted Jul 25, 2019 New Postal Rates Help Level Global Commerce, Trump Official Says