USPS Awards Contract To Ion Beam Applications To Sanitize Mail
Press release from the issuing company
WASHINGTON, DC - The Postal Service today announced a contract award to Ion Beam Applications (IBA) Inc. of Chicago, IL, to provide electron-beam and x-ray technology to sanitize mail.
IBA will dedicate its irradiation facility in Bridgeport, NJ, to the sole purpose of sanitizing mail and expects to begin that process later this week.
The contract award, for approximately $2.4 million, is to provide mail-sterilization services for three months, and includes an option to extend the contract for an additional three months.
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