Network Distribution Center

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Network Distribution Center

One of several processing centers where the U.S. Postal Service sorts enormous amounts of mail. Letters and other mail are sent to network distribution centers, where they are routed to their proper destinations. This process is highly automated; machines are capable of reading even handwritten addresses. They were formerly called bulk mail centers.
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The USPS portfolio includes more than 32,755 facilities, including process and distribution centers, logistics and distribution centers, international services centers, network distribution centers, information technology/accounting services centers, carrier annexes, and main post offices.
USPS has developed specific program targets for the ongoing reorganization efforts of the Network Distribution Centers and estimated a cost savings of about $233.
File-based video often originates from a variety of sources including multiple content providers and different post production and network distribution centers which means that the video may have been produced in different formats or adhere to different compression standards including MPEG, H.
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