News Articles in Industry News

  • Neopost Rebrand February 2015

    Wed, 02/11/2015

    Neopost Rebrand February 2015 Neopost is growing.  All Neopost companies in the Greater Philadelphia area, Central Pennsylvania area, and across the globe have adopted a single corporate identity.  Beginning February 2015, Neopost has a new worldwide logo as well as new streamlined services and new business communications management solutions to help you save time and money.

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  • UPS & FedEx Dimensional Weight Policies Dec 2014 & Jan 2015

    Fri, 09/19/2014

    UPS & FedEx Dimensional Weight Policies December 2014 & January 2015  

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  • USPS Priority Mail® Price Change on Sept 7th

    Thu, 08/28/2014

    USPS Priority Mail® Price Change Sunday, September 7th   The United States Postal Service will change prices for Priority Mail® Services on Sunday, September 7th.  These changes will affect all customers who mail over-sized large envelopes, flat-rate envelopes, flat-rate boxes and packages.  The USPS is introducing substantial reductions to attract customers who ship parcels by ground in the 6 to 20-pound range.

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  • Full-Service IMpb Requirements Effective January 25, 2015

    Thu, 08/28/2014

    Full-Service IMpb Requirements Effective January 2015 If you operate a mailroom and use a Neopost or Hasler postage meter to process postage payment for commercial parcels, this page provides you with an overview of what you need to know to stay on top of the new IMpb requirements in 2015. Post Office implements mandatory barcoding of commercial parcels effective January 25, 2014. USPS Parcel Labeling Guide

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  • First-Class Stamp & Metered Mail Increases as of Jan 26th

    Fri, 12/27/2013

    First-Class Stamp & Metered Mail Increases as of January 26th WASHINGTON —  Mailing a letter is about to get a little more expensive. Regulators on Tuesday approved a temporary price hike of 3 cents for a first-class stamp, bringing the charge to 49 cents a letter (48 cents for metered machinable mail) in an effort to help the Postal Service recover from severe mail decreases brought on by the 2008 economic downturn.  

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  • Full-Service Intelligent Mail Mandate Postponed

    Thu, 12/05/2013

    Full-Service Intelligent Mail Mandate Postponed   The United States Postal Service® is no longer mandating that all customers currently using the standard IMb™ (Intelligent Mail barcode) for automation-rate postal discounts upgrade to Full-Service IMb™ by January 26, 2014 to continue to qualify for these postal discounts.

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