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Member Exclusive: Change in Physical Standards for USPS Parcels
Dear Member: The USPS recently announced that effective July 9, 2023, it will change the specifications for machinable parcels as follows: Current specs to be considered machinable: dimensions within 27″ x 17″ x 17” and weighing less than 35 pounds New specs as of July 9th: dimensions within 22″ x 18″ x 15” and weighing less than 25 pounds No […]
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