Join The Providence PCC For A Mail Piece Design Workshop

Mail Piece Design Workshop

 

Thursday, June 8, 2017

8:00 – 9:30 a.m. at the Providence Main Post Office, 24 Corliss St, Providence, RI

and is free of charge. To register, email donna.l.machala@usps.gov or call 401-276-6809.

Presented by David Girard, Mailpiece Design Analyst, US Postal Service

This workshop is geared primarily for printers, graphic designers and others who design mailpieces for companies and other organizations. Highlights include the benefits of automated mail processing and how to design mailpieces that will qualify for automation discounts and ‘machinable’ preparation. This session will familiarize the attendees with physical requirements for mailpieces, placement of graphics and ad copy, paper and card stock requirements, background and ink requirements for Business and Courtesy Reply Mail. Attendees are encouraged to bring sample mailpieces for analysis.

 

Providence Postal Customer Council Offers Upcoming Session

Informed Visibility: Making Powerful Connections in Real-Time

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
8:00 – 9:30 a.m. at the Providence Main Post Office, 24 Corliss St, Providence, RI
and is free of charge. To register, email donna.l.machala@usps.gov or call 401-276-6809.

Informed Visibility (IV) is providing the mailing industry with greater insight into mail tracking helping to connect you with your customers. Attend this session to hear from the Postal Service’s Connecticut Valley District Manager on how to leverage real-time information from IV. Learn how near real-time mail tracking data, enhanced visibility, and flexible data provisioning and delegation can increase the value of your mail and transform your business. Find out how logical delivery events provide insight into when your mail is delivered without the need for a physical scan. Discover how you can get the most out of IV.

Informed Visibility