Johnson & Quin Taps Daniel Clasen as Manager of Postal Optimization, Logistics
NILES, Ill. - March 15, 2018 - Johnson & Quin, a recognized name in full-service direct mail production and mailing services, announced that Daniel Clasen has joined the company as manager of postal optimization and logistics. Clasen will be responsible for further developing Johnson & Quin’s postal optimization processes to provide clients with the most cost-effective postage and freight costs while accurately targeting in-home dates.
Clasen has extensive experience working with postal optimization including mailing software, postal planning and logistics management. He has worked with a variety of clients to provide solutions to improve mail operations workflow, ensure accurate USPS acceptance and delivery of mail, and decrease postage costs.
Most recently Clasen has worked at Window Book, a mailing optimization software firm. As senior director of sales, he identified clients’ mailing challenges and created solutions to fill gaps between mail production operations and USPS electronic acceptance. He has worked as director of sales at WIT Postal Logistics, a postal planning and logistics management firm, providing mail-related and transportation services. Clasen also has a strong background in direct mail lists, data processing and analytics with Experian Marketing Services.
“Dan brings extensive knowledge in mailing requirements, postal regulations, and logistics to Johnson & Quin to further our expertise," said Bob Arkema, executive VP at Johnson & Quin. "We mail millions of direct mail packages for our clients. Postage costs are a huge piece of the direct mail budget, and our clients depend on us to obtain the lowest postage and delivery costs while meeting their in-home dates. Dan will continue to enhance and expand our services and help clients manage their postage costs and delivery. We look forward to working with Dan and expanding our postal expertise.”
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