John Sadler joins BOWE BELL + HOWELL as postal relations director
Press release from the issuing company
(Wheeling, Ill., Dec. 1, 2005…) BÖWE BELL + HOWELL, the world’s leading provider of document processing and postal solutions, announced that John Sadler has joined the organization as director, Postal Relations. Following a distinguished 31-year career with the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), Sadler is ready to take on challenging projects on behalf of his new employer.
“I am proud to be a member of the BÖWE BELL + HOWELL team and fully expect that my years of postal experience will translate into new opportunities for our company,” said Sadler.
During his tenure with the USPS, Sadler was instrumental in creating and managing quality programs that increased efficiencies in postal operations and the commercial sector. While serving for eight years with the USPS Office of Address Management, he helped develop the National Change of Address Program and Address Change Service, and helped improve efficiencies in the Computerized Forwarding System.
Additionally, Sadler had also served as manager of the Chicago Rates and Classification Center, managing classification issues and rulings for mailing customers in 11 Midwest states. Prior to joining BÖWE BELL + HOWELL, he was manager of Business Mail Acceptance, overseeing national mail acceptance policy in the United States. In that role, he initiated the transformation of a largely manual verification operation into a high-tech, streamlined process. Sadler also began the process of ensuring quality upstream in customer operations, with concepts such as in-line verification.
In his new position, Sadler will continue to work on commercial and government quality concepts to assist mailers and the USPS with their business objectives. He will be based out of Dunkirk, Md., and report to Richard Wojdyla, vice president, USPS Programs & Business Development, Postal and Sorting Products.
Sadler is a graduate of the University of Maryland and holds a Master’s degree from the American University School of Public Administration.
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