Mail Services opens Washington mail processing facility

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Mail Services Inc. has expanded its international mail processing network in response to increased volume and customer demand.

MSI, a Baltimore-based international mailing company, said a new Washington/Dulles processing facility will handle publications, parcels, direct mail and corporate mail destined for Canada and locations worldwide beginning Jan. 2. The new processing location will benefit a growing customer base by improving service quality while reducing international transportation costs, said MSI.

In addition, the company will gain almost unlimited access to international flights worldwide at significantly reduced costs. The new Washington/Dulles facility is located in Sterling, VA, about 5 minutes from Washington/Dulles International Airport. It features full-service international processing capabilities for mail, parcels and publications distribution to any destination worldwide.

In an effort to provide rapid access to international mail markets at an affordable cost to all customers, MSI is developing a network of new processing facilities in major markets around the United States. Currently, two other processing facilities are planned for 2007 in Chicago and Los Angeles.

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