A new employee survey proves what countless postal workers have been saying for years: The USPS is a horrible place to work.
Pitney Bowes revealed the winners of the 2016 Brilliance Awards. Each honoree was recognized at the Pitney Bowes Innovation Summit.
Where the USPS sees an opportunity to expand the Flats Sequencing System to more ZIP codes, mailers see a backdoor rate increase.
A free webinar from AccuZIP will show attendees how to deliver trusted, honest and relevant communications.
The USPS will lose approximately $2 billion in annual revenue resulting from a price reduction mandated by the PRC.
In the latest episode of Who's Mailing What! Confidential, we shine a spotlight on Sappi North America and the 15,000 oversized post cards that were mailed to printers in North America regarding its Sappi Printer of the Year awards.
That imminent decrease in the price of Forever Stamps and other postage? Fuhgeddaboutit. It was just a joke.
During her keynote at the National Postal Forum, Postmaster General Megan Brennan unveiled her efforts to lead a reinvention at USPS.
The first direct transportation of mail to Cuba in more than 50 years is now available from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
For the past four years Agfa Graphics has created a calendar filled with themed photography or recipes, which are distributed to Agfa subsidiaries to send to VIP customers during the winter holidays. The calendar was produced at Agfa’s headquarters in Belgium with all prepress work being completed using Agfa Graphics’ Apogee workflow software, and was printed using a Komori press equipped with H-UV, and Azura chemical-free plates that were imaged on an Avalon platesetter with Sublima screening.