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ACMA Member Exclusive: ACMA, USPS Finalize Catalog Postal Incentive

By Deborah Damore, ACMA Postal Committee Chair Dear Fellow Member: The Postal Service has announced a new catalog incentive to become effective July 14th, aligned with the 2024 summer rate change. The filing still requires Postal Regulatory Commission approval, which is expected by May 30th.  The incentive and an updated, new definition of what qualifies […]

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ACMA Member Exclusive: July Postal Rate Increase Overview

On Tuesday April 9th as anticipated, the Postal Service announced a 7.8 percent increase on rates for its Market Dominant products scheduled to take effect on July 14. The Postal Regulatory Commission will review the USPS proposal and receive comments from interested parties. ACMA’s Board will consider if and how to participate in the attendant […]

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ACMA Member Exclusive: What Postal Commission’s Compliance Determination Means to You

Though the Postal Regulatory Commission limits what it looks at, its Annual Compliance Review (ACR), and subsequent Annual Compliance Determination (ACD) released last week, is the principal regulatory response to what happened in the past USPS fiscal year. The observations and chart below relate to important matters raised by ACMA in our 25-page filing. (Also, for a […]

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Our business has materially benefited from our partnership and support of the work of the ACMA in preserving affordable postage rates, making remote sales tax collection workable, and finding a solution to the patchwork of state privacy laws. We have seen a positive ROI from all this work and we have been better prepared to address challenges and opportunities that continue to appear in the marketplace.

Rob Goergen

Chairman, Silver Star Brands

Over the course of our membership, the ACMA has saved us millions.  For years, the ACMA has been the sole organization to provide our industry with visibility into potential cost increases, legislation and regulation and importantly, securing us a consistent ‘seat at the table’ in these matters.

Jonathan L. Fleischmann

Executive Chairman, Potpourri Group, Inc.

My experience serving on the ACMA board has shown me what incredible things we can accomplish when we work together to attack common problems.  From postal rates to complex state tax issues, to the mélange of privacy legislation confronting remote sellers, the ACMA is out in front of issues informing the membership, developing a strategic response and delivering results with our friends in Washington.

Jim Hall

President & CEO, The Vermont Country Store

The ACMA fights for — and wins — positive outcomes for small, medium and large catalog & other remote merchants and their suppliers on issues critical to our business economic concerns on postage, taxes, privacy & data security, and product safety. ACMA needs greater participation to keep winning on concerns that will positively benefit our businesses.

Rick Kropski

SVP, Supply Chain & Logistics, Arandell Corp.

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