The Latest Technology in Mailing and Shipping

July 27, 2015
Author: Judy Wolf

Everyday a new article appears about a company that’s created innovative software that will let you see your mail online before having it sent to your home mailbox, or an article on how the US Postal service is getting into the grocery delivery business. The increase in online shopping has shifted not only the way you can receive your mail but the mix of mail has changed too. Shipping parcels are the fastest growing segment of the mailing industry. The increase in packages being sent is encouraging parcel carriers to get creative with their delivery methods. Here are three recent stories that reflect the wide range of directions impacting the mailing and shipping industry today...

  • USPS's Reblin Talks About Digital Mail's Arrival in NYC this Fall: Eager to establish mail as an integrated marketing channel, the Postal Service will introduce digital mail to New York in October.  VP of Innovation and New Products Gary Reblin, Postal Service's VP of Innovation and New Products, shares the details of how New Yorkers will soon be receiving morning emails with photo previews of their mail envelopes being delivered that day.

  • USPS says its entry into grocery delivery market will not have a significant impact on smaller firms