Terminal Dues Review

When you mail a letter or small package (below 4.4 pounds) to another country, the U.S. Postal Service pays what is called terminal dues to the destination post for its share of processing and delivery of the item. It’s the same all over the world. Posts pay each other terminal dues to process and deliver cross-border mail.

 

Keepin’ It Simple?

Steve Jobs was famous for the ingenious simplicity of his designs. And, of course, his single button iPhone, now the standard in smart phoning, is a great testament to the value of simplicity.

As in design, simplicity in pricing, and a related simplicity of choices, are appealing to consumers. There is even empirical evidence that consumers will buy more when they aren’t overwhelmed with too much clutter and too many choices.

 

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  • 5 days 12 hours ago
    Service standards may need improvement . There is always room for improvement however time wasting practices are not enforced. Floor plans such as work triangles where distances to collect product...
  • 5 days 14 hours ago
    I often post letters from the mailboxes at airports before I take off or as I land. Recently I've noticed it takes 6 days for a letter to go across town, a distance of 20 miles. For example I...

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