Waseca, MN. March 30, 2008 -- As part of Brown Printing Company's ongoing commitment to drive efficiency in to the mail stream, Brown Logistics Services (BLS) is proud to offer mixed class co-mail services. Mixed class co-mail is part of the USPS flats automation strategy which is largely focused on processing all flat-sized mail on new flats sequence sorting equipment that is being rolled out nationwide. For delivery, mixed class pallets are labeled STD/PER and will be drop shipped to the USPS-designated facilities for Periodicals (ADC or SCF).
Rob Helms, Director of Brown Logistics Services, comments, "This new program will provide Brown's customers with yet another option to optimize their mailing programs. More efficient mail makeup with fewer packages, sacks and pallets and even deeper drop ship penetration will result in greater flexibility and value to our customers."
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