USPS Gets PRC OK for a 2017 Price Rise

USPS prices are going up in 2017. First Class mail goes from 47 to 49 cents on Jan. 22, with other products seeing varying price increases. On Tuesday, the PRC approved all postage raises USPS requested, except for Special Services...

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Postal Service Reveals Proposal to PRC

WASHINGTON, D.C.,  — October 13, 2016 — The United States Postal Service has filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) of price changes for Mailing Services products planning to take effect in January 2017. The proposal includes a two...

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QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE CHOOSING A MAIL SERVICE PROVIDER

As retail businesses grow, so too must their marketing efforts. Mail service providers, or MSPs, help businesses expand operations in advertising and communications. These third-party companies provide a host of services including designing, printing, sorting, transporting mailers and more. MSP...

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USPS Rate Expired Sunday

On Sunday, the 4.3 percent exigent surcharge USPS is billing postal customers expires. That means prices will go down on Sunday, absent some governmental action to keep the emergency rate the Postal Regulatory Commission allowed because of USPS losses during...

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Watch Us Deliver – The USPS

This time of year it is important to remember the important people in your life.  Your Mom and Dad, Aunts and Uncles, Cousins, Siblings and one of the most unsung heroes of all, your USPS mail carrier!  That’s right, that...

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USPS Proposes New Print Technology Promo

New promos from the USPS for 2016. The U.S. Postal Service is looking to modify its 2%-off promotions for 2016, with a move toward motivating direct mailers to do A/B testing and to try out advanced printing technologies to increase...

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Current Postal Trends

As we conclude the trends week here at InkOnDaPaper we wrap up with postal trends. This is by far one of the areas that is greatly effecting our clients and causing them to move to digital communications. The mismanagement of...

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