USPS Tests Special Window for Small Businesses

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The U.S. Postal Service is testing a retail window dedicated to small-business customers at 87 post offices nationwide.


The window, called the Business Line, is reserved for use by businesses whose transactions often are more complex than those of other retail customers.


The window is staffed by employees trained to help business customers. Business Line customers also can learn about services that may be new or unfamiliar to them, including the postal service's online shipping solutions.


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