By Jim Holland, research director, National Association of Letter Carriers Six days a week, over 200,000 city delivery letter carriers fan out on routes across the country to deliver and pick up mail and packages for residences and businesses. Carriers now even deliver packages on Sundays and holidays. Increasingly, letter carriers do work beyond traditional postal services, helping to meet the growing needs of both shippers and recipients. Letter carriers are a daily presence in communities across the country, which helps them become familiar with the needs of their communities.
Once upon a time the assembly line was the symbol of cutting-edge innovation and efficiency in manufacturing. One day soon 3D printing could give the assembly line a run for its money.
Whereas, in traditional manufacturing, parts and pieces are often collected from...Read More