Download a copy of the NEW APRIL 2015 Quick Postal Rate Reference Chart* for First-Class, Standard and Non-Profit Mail by clicking on the button below.
On February, 24, 2015, the Postal Regulatory Commission(PRC) issued Order No. 2365 on Price Adjustments for First-Class Mail finding the Postal Service pricing proposals to be consistent with the Consumer Price Index based price cap under the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006.
At John Roberts we strive to couple our innovative spirit with active listening skills, in order to develop solutions to our clients’ business challenges. Producing direct mail provides ample opportunities for us to demonstrate these skills.
Mail piece tabs are an example of an instance where mail owners are searching for better options and the USPS rules seem to be making it more difficult. We are happy to announce JR Crystal-Clear Tabs as a solution to this problem.
The U.S. Postal Service is seeking regulatory approval for a near 2% increase in its prices for monopoly services for business customers. If the regulator approves the price increase, it is scheduled to take effect on Monday, April 27, 2015.
The U.S. Postal Service told customers that the 1.966% rate increase, restricted by its annual price cap to the rate of inflation, would bring in about $900m in additional revenue. The Federal Agency generated $67.8bn total revenue in 2014.
Have you always wished you had the many postal rates for First-Class, Standard and Non-Profit Mail at your fingertips?
Thanks to our friends at Mailers Haven, we have made the Quick Postal Rate Reference Chart available for automatic download by clicking on the button below.
You may have noticed that your direct mail packages no longer include the business reply card(BRC) and business return envelope(BRE) anymore.
This leads us to question if the "full-dress direct mail package" is as effective as it once was in the past.
We review 5 reasons why these components may have been eliminated from direct mail campaigns.