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Direct Mail Tracking

We can track where your mail is in the delivery process. From entry at a bulk mail center to the last processing center before delivery, we can track where your mail has been scanned for delivery. For further details, contact

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Direct Mail Full Service Imb

We now are certified to use the full service Imb barcode. This service is required beginning January 2014 for automated discounts. As of now, we are part of the 1% of mailers nationwide who are certified to use this service.

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Self-Mailer postal regulations set to change on January 5, 2013

Come on! What good is another set of changes? Well, the USPS says this will reduce damage to your mail (and stop their sorting equipment from jamming). So, here is what you need to know. First, the definition of a self-mailer: It’s a folded piece that is letter-sized, isn’t mailed in an envelope and doesn’t have a binding. If it has staples in the fold, it is a defined as a booklet, not a self-mailer, and booklets aren’t affected by these changes. Now, the new regulations document is long and complicated. But, the majority of you only need to know the following: Final folds on the top will no longer be allowed. Self-mailers that now only need one tab on the top will need two. Quarter-fold self-mailers will need to be at least 70# book (=28# bond). No tabs will be allowed on the bottom. Tri-fold and quarter-fold flyers and newsletters will need two tabs next year, not just one. The final folded panel creates the non-address side of the mail piec

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Tabbing Rules

The Post Office has announced that the tabbing rules will be changed starting in January of 2013.  The new rules will effect the paper size and weight as well as the number of tabs that will need to be applied to each piece. In addition pieces will have to be folded properly (with the final fold on the bottom of the piece) to qualify for machinable rates. More details will follow as we get them.

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Website coming soon

This site is coming soon. Currently under construction

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Full Service Barcode

The Post Office has announced that the new barcode will be required on all mail starting January 2013.

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