The Instant Web Companies Publishes White Paper with USPS
Press release from the issuing company
Chanhassen, MN (June 11, 2002) - The Instant Web Companies (IWCO), a printing, envelope conversion and mailing services firm, has published a new white paper titled, “Building a Future for the US Postal Service (USPS) in the 21st Century.”
The USPS is projecting a loss of $1.5 billion in fiscal year 2002 as mail volume continues to decline and delivery points increase. In fact, USPS projects mail volume to decrease by some six billion pieces in 2002 while delivery points in 2001 increased by more than 1.7 million. The white paper addresses how the current postal situation developed and what‚s being done to help the ailing institution become a healthy, viable postal system once more.
A complete copy of “Building a Future for the US Postal Service in the 21st Century,” is available http://ww2.iwco.com/resources/articles.html IWCO, headquartered in Chanhassen, MN, has served the North American printing and mailing market for over 30 years. IWCO provides integrated printing, envelope and mailing services for direct marketers. For more information, visit www.iwco.com.
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