Airport Delays

It’s not only travelers that have to deal with delays at the airport. Seems inbound international mail does, too.

But the U.S. Postal Service isn’t necessarily at fault when inbound international mail is delayed. While on a plane and even after it’s unloaded but not yet tendered to the Postal Service, inbound international mail is the responsibility of the foreign postal operators and their agreements with air carriers or ground handlers.

 

2.7 Billion Served

You’ve probably heard that the U.S. Postal Service has the nation’s biggest retail network, with more than 30,000 post offices — about as many nationwide locations as McDonald’s, Starbucks, and Walmart combined. Just what does that mean in terms of customer visits, though?

 

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Recent Comments

  • 1 day 2 hours ago
    Maybe, but then again the carrier might be on one of his two 10 minute breaks or his 30 minute lunch and your location is the point he takes one of those breaks at. In any case he has a GPS tracker...
  • 1 day 12 hours ago
    It already has that capability. A year ago or so that alert function was enabled for a week or so. Meanwhile 10% or so parcels are mis-coded so that the printed address doesn't match the address...

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