Three-Digit Zip Code

Three-Digit Zip Code

A prefix in a zip code representing a general geographic area. An area denoted by a three-digit zip code is serviced by a single postal facility (though a post office may have more than one three-digit code assigned to it).
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We show that a firm's CSR policy is significantly influenced by the CSR policies of firms in the same three-digit zip code, an effect possibly due to investor clienteles, local competition, and/or social interactions.
We use the construction cost index for the three-digit zip code in which each home is located.
The solution reportedly features: a user-defined start page that provides a dashboard to market conditions, trends and company performance; customizable Key Performance Indicators (KPI) targeting an organization's needs; grids and charts for an in-depth view at the national, state and three-digit zip code level across all manufacturers, SKUs and provider types; graphing and charting tools that can be exported to Microsoft Excel; as well as graphical mapping displays that offer visual representation of KPIs.
Instead, we used the average retail price for the given product in the three-digit zip code containing the pharmacy from the Source Informatics database.
For two of these carriers, the database was created by specifying a shipment origin of Columbia, South Carolina (zip code 29203) and using the software to identify the rates (for all commodity classes) to every three-digit zip code group in the continental United States and then calculating the weight breaks.
Letters processed by bar code and OCR receive three sorts - the first by three-digit zip code, then by two-digit zip, and finally by street address.
Three-digit ZIP Code areas have geographic boundaries defined by the U.
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