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ACMA, MPA, PostCom Jointly Call For USPS Proposed Volume Variability Estimating of Labor Costs for Automated Flats
Members: The November 17-18, 2020, meetings of the Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) were once again held virtually. ACMA’s Hamilton Davison, Paul Miller and Lynn Noble tuned in to all sessions of interest to our membership. Below you will find our recap; hyperlinked session titles will take you to the slides shown. Agendas, Recording Open […]
Dear Member: Yesterday, the Postal Regulatory Commission approved the price adjustments for the market dominant mail categories, including First Class, Marketing Mail, Periodicals, Package Services, and Special Services Products and related classifications. The new rates take effect on January 24, 2021. As we reported to the membership previously, the rate increase contains a provision for catalog postage costs to […]
On November 16th, the US Postal Service announced its 2021 price changes for competitive products, namely packages. The increases run as low as 1% for Priority Mail Express – Retail and as high as 20% for Parcel Select Lightweight. All package carriers are being aggressive in their price increases reflecting the supply and demand imbalance […]
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