Catalog Mailers May See 5.9% to 6.1% Postal Rate Increase

| Daniela Forte

Catalog mailers may see, on average, a 5.9% postal rate increase based on price changes the U.S. Postal Service has proposed to the Postal Regulatory Commission, according to a statement emailed to Multichannel Merchant by the American Catalog Mailers Association.

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USPS Announces Big Changes in Priority Mail

| Erin Lynch

The United States Postal Service has launched what it is calling “major changes” to its Priority Mail lineup, including free insurance, improved tracking, and day-specific delivery. The USPS said the changes would generate more than a half a billion dollars in revenue.

USPS Changes May Affect Catalog Delivery

| MCM Staff

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee wants the USPS to eliminate to-the-door mail delivery and replace it with curbside and cluster box delivery. That may have an effect on how merchants mail catalogs to prospects and customers alike.

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USPS Makes Innovative Changes

| Daniela Forte

It’s all about innovation for the U.S. Postal Service. The key areas of innovating are centered on how they can market their products and services.

Donahoe Lays Out the Future of the USPS

| Daniela Forte

Post Master General and CEO Patrick Donahoe of the U.S. Postal Service painted a grim picture during his State of the USPS presentation to attendees at the American Catalog Mailers Association’s 2013 National Catalog Forum