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PRESORT OPTIMIZATION

Issue #11

WORK GROUP LEADERS

Joe Lubenow Marc McCrery

Industry USPS


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DESIRED OUTCOME

Issue Statement:

To study and recommend changes in presort software and sortation levels to improve the overall pattern of containerization by: 1) Reducing or eliminating residual mail, and 2) Reducing or eliminating inefficient use of containers.

Desired results:

Reduce operational costs for mailers and USPS - Improve consistency of mail delivery - Improve efficiency of drop shipping - Maintain/improve penetration of system when not in conflict with above


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RECENT SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • 5-digit scheme for parcels (L606)

  • Initiatives to increase pallet and decreased sack utilization

  • Co-packaging of automation and presorted flats within the same STD or PER package

  • L006 Metro Scheme

  • Options to reduce letter trays

  • R2001 implementation issues

  • PAVE issues


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CURRENT STATUS/INITIATIVES

  • 5-digit scheme for flats

  • List of 3-digit ZIPS without value

  • Allow certain Mixed mail on BMC pallets in order to reduce residual mail

  • Combining weeklies and monthlies -- labeling requirements

  • Improved prep requirements for “fletters”

  • Enhanced prep for BPM flats

  • Formalized prep requirements for flat-sized pieces in letter trays

  • Forum for discussion of Product Redesign and Mailing Industry Task Force issues/proposals


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FUTURE GOALS

  • Full merging (CR/5D) of non-AFSM 100 compatible flats for dispatch to delivery units

  • Explore the required use of “OELs” in preparation of advanced package sorting equipment deployment

  • Allow carrier-route ID on non-carrier route flats

  • Increase the combining of letter mail trays from multiple mailings on pallets

  • Explore palletization for First-Class Mail

  • Jointly pursue flats prep enhancements with Product Redesign and Engineering


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OBSTACLES / TIMELINE

  • Optimization is an lofty goal and, to a certain degree, a moving target

  • Consequently, based on the importance of its mission and the value of its output, the work group has enjoyed a long life and will continue to have unquestionable value in the foreseeable future.


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