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Graphic Communications Key Notes Vol. 03 No. 08

Breaking News
NOTICE OF THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE OF REMOVAL OF THE EXIGENT SURCHARGE
http://www.prc.gov/docs/95/95102/2016-02-25%20Exigent%20Removal%20Notice.pdf
http://www.prc.gov/docs/95/95102/Attachment%20A%20MCS%20CPI%20-%20FINAL.pdf
Price changes coming – USPS forced to cut prices April 10
The Postal Service will be forced to reduce prices for Forever stamps and some other mailing products April 10 if congressional or a court action doesn’t allow USPS to …

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Graphic Communications Key Notes Vol. 03 No. 07

Public Sees Direct Mail in Fonder Light, Survey Finds – Public perception of direct mail is improving, with almost half of consumers seeing it as good business communication, according to a recent survey.  Data specialist Wilmington Millennium questioned 2,000 consumers in December and found 48% thought it is a good way for businesses to …

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Graphic Communications Key Notes Vol. 03 No. 06

USPS At Crossroads – Congress probably won’t produce much in the way of legislation in this election year, but one item that might well make it to President Obama’s desk is a postal reform measure.  Congress realizes the situation is dire and is coalescing around legislation introduced by Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.).  There is no …

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Graphic Communications Key Notes Vol. 03 No. 05

BREAKING NEWS – The mailing industry is one step closer to the exigent rollback and seeing postage rates reduced.  The Postal Service posted the adjusted pricing files on their Postal Explorer webpage with the following statement:  “Absent Congressional or Court action to make the existing exigent surcharge for Market Dominant Products and Services part …

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IMPORTANT UPDATE – USPS Exigent Rate Rollback

IMPORTANT UPDATE – USPS Exigent Rate Rollback

The Mailers Technical Advisory Committee (MTAC) has just released this information from the U.S Postal Service regarding the ongoing Exigency situation:

  • In the absence of Congressional or Court action to make the existing exigent surcharge for Market Dominant Services part of the rate base, or to otherwise extend it, …