USPS Introduces Shipping Kit for International Business Mailers

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The U.S. Postal Service said it is equipping its business customers with new shipping tools to help them succeed in international trade.

Global Business Connect Kits contain information about the agency's international delivery offerings and is free to customers at 28,000 post offices.

The kits, designed to present shipping solutions to business mailers, give details on the USPS' four international shipping options-Global Express Guaranteed, Global Express Mail, Global Priority Mail and Global Air Parcel Post. It focuses primarily on transit times and prices.

Product posters that customers can hang on their walls for quick, visible reference are included in Global Business Connect Kits, as well as file folders within which international shipping material can be maintained.

Information in the kits highlights convenient customer access to shipping supplies, online postage payment and carrier pick-up.

The kits also include a reference to the postal service's newly redesigned International Click-N-Ship labels that combine address and customs declaration forms into one label for documentation.

Customers can obtain Global Business Connect Kits from local postmasters. Additional information about global shipping can be found on the postal service's Web site at www.usps.com/global.

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