1st class postage Canada
MINNEAPOLIS, July 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Association of Letter Carriers is holding its 68th biennial convention all week in Minneapolis, with a major goal of the 9, 100 delegates being to help forge a path to financial success for the United States Postal Service.
The NALC’s convention is the largest of any union in the AFL-CIO, and delegates will hear from several national political leaders.
Given the lack of political and postal leadership in Washington, it is up to letter carriers to help point the way forward, NALC President Fredric Rolando said. With first-class mail declining in volume, the Postal Service faces financial challenges, but at the same time a rapid increase in parcels and packages offers ways to serve residents and businesses while boosting postal revenue, President Rolando said.
"We have the potential to reinvent the Postal Service and become a dominant player in the package and e-commerce delivery business, " Rolando said, but "the Postal Service’s current strategy to dismantle and degrade its last mile network by eliminating Saturday and door-to-door delivery will destroy this potential."
100 - 10x13 White Poly Mailers Bags
Office Product (Uneekmailers)
Pelouze P1 Letter Scale - January 1995 rates - 16 oz x ½ oz capacity - It has the postal rates of 1st Class from 1995 , 3rd Class from 1995 and International Airmail FROM 1995 except Canada and Mexico
Large White Cardboard CD Mailer with Adhesive Flap - 50 Pack
CE (Information Packaging)