|[AMRadio] USPS Changes May 14|
dbuska at wi.rr.com
Fri May 4 18:22:19 EDT 2007
I do a great deal of Priority Mail shipments. The nice thing is the
USPS allows me to do everything on the web and even schedule for the
mail carrier to pick it up when they deliver the mail. All the Priority
mail boxes are sent to me "free of charge" (packs of 25 boxes) also via
web order. So with all the down sides, especially those I read about
the overseas Global Priority mail, the USPS has made something very easy
for the shipper. Note, that anyone can use these services. So it's
been a long time since I've stood in those lines.
Now I just need to do some research on what direction I'll be going with
my international shipments.
Bry Carling wrote:
> USPS has been going to hell in a handbasket for some time now.
> They just get worse and worse.
> I tell them they should bui;d another post office nerar us so we
> won't have to CONSTANTLY wait in line for 30-35 minutes.
> They ignore me. I would pay 50 cents for a stamp, but really they
> are so messed up it is pathetic.
> Thank God for FEDEX!
>> As you know I ship a lot, so it is interesting to me
>> the changes that USPS is putting in May 14. Rate
>> increases on everything of course--that's standard.
>> But their parcel post service is actually changing
>> quite a bit.
>> Foreign surface mail shipping has been eliminated.
>> It's all air mail as of May 14th. That should really
>> cut down on the number of boatanchors crossing the
>> Global priority mail is now limited to 3 ounces. That
>> kills the best way to ship small parts, mics and
>> accessories overseas inexpensively.
>> Parcel Post--ALL packages now have to be measured and
>> are charged more as size goes up--not just weight.
>> That should certainly drive a lot of shiping into
>> UPS/FedEx camp.
>> There's many other small changes. If you ship a lot,
>> you probably ought to visit USPS.COM and check it out.
>> 73, Don Merz, N3RHT
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