September 15th, 2020

Planning for the Holidays

Hard to believe, but the holidays are just around the corner. This year, your holiday mailings deserve a little extra attention. With staffing troubles that may crop up due to Covid, slower mail delivery both domestically and internationally, and being that there will be more mail this year due to the election, we urge everyone … Continue reading “Planning for the Holidays”

August 10th, 2020

International Shipping During Covid

If your business regularly ships overseas, you know that Covid has caused some concern as to whether shipments are arriving on time and in good condition. There have been delays to and from numerous countries. And certainly, any company relying on the supply chain, especially if goods are made in China, have been affected by … Continue reading “International Shipping During Covid”

June 24th, 2020

Stirring Up Business – How Other Companies Are Generating Revenue in 2020

Keeping Communications Consistent. While some companies have gone silent over the last few months, or their communications have been mostly about Covid, other companies are working on the assumption that communication is key to retaining and growing market share. Frequent communications on services and products keeps company info in front of the customer. And it’s … Continue reading “Stirring Up Business – How Other Companies Are Generating Revenue in 2020”

February 14th, 2020

Changes In U.S. Postal Service Pricing

Changes for U.S. Postal Service prices in 2020 were announced late last year. Are you up to date on all the changes? The change to mailing service charges will include approximately a 2% price increase. Other product increases vary. For example, priority mail will increase by approximately 4% and Priority Mail Express by 3.5%. Below … Continue reading “Changes In U.S. Postal Service Pricing”

February 14th, 2020

The Future of USPS

Privatization? Retain public ownership? What’s in the future for the United States Postal Service? It’s hard to tell. The Postmaster General, Megan Brennan, retired as of January 31, 2020. Currently, the USPS seeks a new postmaster general, who will have a pivotal role in deciding what the future holds for the postal service. What are … Continue reading “The Future of USPS”