Bulk Mail System

Bulk Mail System

A system the U.S. Postal Services uses in which letters and other mail are sent to a processing center for routing to their final destinations. There are roughly 300 regional centers for this purpose and a smaller number of national centers for inter-regional correspondence.
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Royal Mail has announced a new barcode bulk mail system for companies
Blount reigned from 1969 to 1971, and is to be congratulated for one of the Postal Services most expensive errors--the $1 billion National Bulk Mail System.