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Recent International Postage Rate Increases for 2024
International Postage  Below is a summary of recent international postage rate increases.

USPS Shipping Rates – Increase Proposed for January 21, 2024

The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) of international postage price changes to take effect on January 21, 2024. The proposed rates need to be approved by the PRC.

Canada Post Parcel Rates Increased on September 11, 2023

Canada Post implemented a parcel rate increase on September 11, 2023. Further surcharges began on October 30, 2023, and will run during their peak season through January 14, 2024. The overall average increase is approximately 3.4%.

DHL Worldwide Express (January 1, 2024):

DHL Express shipping rates will impose a 5.9% general rate increase on its U.S.-originating shipments in 2024.

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Recent International Postage Rate Increases for 2024
International Postage  Below is a summary of recent international postage rate increases.

USPS Shipping Rates – Increase Proposed for January 21, 2024

The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) of international postage price changes to take effect on January 21, 2024. The proposed rates need to be approved by the PRC.

Canada Post Parcel Rates Increased on September 11, 2023

Canada Post implemented a parcel rate increase on September 11, 2023. Further surcharges began on October 30, 2023, and will run during their peak season through January 14, 2024. The overall average increase is approximately 3.4%.

DHL Worldwide Express (January 1, 2024):

DHL Express shipping rates will impose a 5.9% general rate increase on its U.S.-originating shipments in 2024.

International Delivery to Canada

Canada Mailing, Expand Your Business Internationally

Canada’s e-Commerce market is growing, and with affordable International Delivery to Canada now is the time to expand your US business internationally. Best of all, mail service to Canada is easy and affordable.

Canada is our 2nd largest trading partner after China, but Canada purchases almost twice the amount (320 billion) of American goods that China does. Also, the US is Canada’s largest trading partner importing over 300 billion dollars a year. Our two countries rely heavily on each other making Canada the best place to expand your US business internationally.

10 Facts to Inspire You to Market to Canada with Direct Mail

  1.  U.S founding father Benjamin Franklin opened the first Canadian post office. Really!
  2. In the sales process print makes the biggest impact, this is especially true in Canada. About 90% of Canadians interact with mail that has their name on it.
  3. Using direct mail service engages users for 40% more time than any other media. Information embeds more deeply in the brain, is more easily recalled, and is recalled in more detail when it’s communicated through print rather than digital channels.
  4.  64% of Canadians prefer to receive business correspondence by mail compared to 32% by email and 4% by other means.
  5. 87% of Canada’s cross-border online shoppers purchased from American merchants in the last year. In 2018 Canadians spent $40 billion in online purchases.
  6. 16-18% of Canadians move each year and the Canada Postal service tracks this to keep databases up to date.
  7. Entering mail directly into Canada Post’s BMC in Ontario provides faster delivery at less expensive Canada Postal service rates.
  8. Postal Code Targeting provides Canadian mailers the ability to target a specific geographic or demographic element at the Postal Code level.
  9. There are over 14 million targeted addresses available from Canada Post.
  10. Atlas can save you up to 50% on International Delivery to Canada *

Why Mail with Atlas’ Canada Postal Service?

Because Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post, we can offer faster delivery at less expensive Canadian postage rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete your customs documentation. Atlas offers many different services, and for this reason can create an exclusive solution for you. Also, our already discounted international mail service continue to improve due to changing global market conditions. Finally, Atlas never make you sign contracts, charges hidden fees, or adds fuel surcharges.

Expand your US business internationally with International Delivery to Canada.

Contact us for a free mail service consultation and pricing quote info@atlas-mail.com or 800-852-0889.

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International Delivery to Canada

Canada Mailing, Expand Your Business Internationally

Canada’s e-Commerce market is growing, and with affordable International Delivery to Canada now is the time to expand your US business internationally. Best of all, mail service to Canada is easy and affordable.

Canada is our 2nd largest trading partner after China, but Canada purchases almost twice the amount (320 billion) of American goods that China does. Also, the US is Canada’s largest trading partner importing over 300 billion dollars a year. Our two countries rely heavily on each other making Canada the best place to expand your US business internationally.

10 Facts to Inspire You to Market to Canada with Direct Mail

  1.  U.S founding father Benjamin Franklin opened the first Canadian post office. Really!
  2. In the sales process print makes the biggest impact, this is especially true in Canada. About 90% of Canadians interact with mail that has their name on it.
  3. Using direct mail service engages users for 40% more time than any other media. Information embeds more deeply in the brain, is more easily recalled, and is recalled in more detail when it’s communicated through print rather than digital channels.
  4.  64% of Canadians prefer to receive business correspondence by mail compared to 32% by email and 4% by other means.
  5. 87% of Canada’s cross-border online shoppers purchased from American merchants in the last year. In 2018 Canadians spent $40 billion in online purchases.
  6. 16-18% of Canadians move each year and the Canada Postal service tracks this to keep databases up to date.
  7. Entering mail directly into Canada Post’s BMC in Ontario provides faster delivery at less expensive Canada Postal service rates.
  8. Postal Code Targeting provides Canadian mailers the ability to target a specific geographic or demographic element at the Postal Code level.
  9. There are over 14 million targeted addresses available from Canada Post.
  10. Atlas can save you up to 50% on International Delivery to Canada *

Why Mail with Atlas’ Canada Postal Service?

Because Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post, we can offer faster delivery at less expensive Canadian postage rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete your customs documentation. Atlas offers many different services, and for this reason can create an exclusive solution for you. Also, our already discounted international mail service continue to improve due to changing global market conditions. Finally, Atlas never make you sign contracts, charges hidden fees, or adds fuel surcharges.

Expand your US business internationally with International Delivery to Canada.

Contact us for a free mail service consultation and pricing quote info@atlas-mail.com or 800-852-0889.

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Postal Remuneration Boring but Important

UPU Postal Remuneration is Boring but Important

Another meeting of the UPU on postal remuneration of terminal dues occurred April 9th. Most likely, you didn’t hear about it. Often times the UPU is not that interesting, but whats happening now could change eCommerce and the global economy for years to come. The UPU (Universal Postal Union) coordinates postal policies of 192 countries. The UPU uses postal remuneration to help developing countries by subsidizing more prosperous countries with terminal dues. As a result the wealthier countries pay a higher share of the costs. Countries are placed in nine different categories based on their level of development. The rates developing countries pay are usually far lower than rates paid by domestic shippers in more developed countries. In some cases, terminal dues are so low that that developed countries like the U.S. actually lose money on mail sent to them internationally from less developed countries like… China?

The USPS is Subsidizing Chinese eCommerce

The UPU categorizes China as a developing country entitling them to huge international postal discounts. China is however, the world’s largest exporter and the second largest economy in the world. The deluge of eCommerce packages from China is costing the USPS, Canada Post, and other international postal services too much. Mail services for small packages shipped from China to the US cost significantly less than what USPS charges American mailers for a domestic service. At the same time, local companies are losing business because they cannot compete with the subsidized postal costs their Chinese competitors benefit from.

The U.S. Will Leave the UPU

The United States must find the UPU Postal Remuneration boring too. Last Year, the U.S. informed the UPU of its decision to withdraw effective 1/1/2020. No doubt, this got the attention of the UPU. An extraordinary postal congress happened September of 2018 with a second meeting this week and another scheduled this September. If a resolution is not found, the US would unilaterally set postal rates for packages entering the United States or increase tariffs again. The postal services and local businesses of countries continue to lose money on eCommerce packages from AliBaba, Ebay, Wish, etc. The USPS loses about $1 on every eCommerce package arriving from China. If a resolution is not found, the impact to the postal systems of the world and global trade will suffer. Imagine the largest economy in the world setting the postal rates of their biggest competitor.

Another Boring UPU Meeting that will Impact the Global Economy

Again, there was another boring UPU meeting this week. So what happened at the meeting? In short, not enough. There are three options being weighed by 192 countries with a vote coming this September. First, allow member countries to self-declare postal rates. Second, accelerate rate increases already approved by the UPU. Finally, the third option that also adopts self-declared rates as its basis, but with elements aimed at mitigating undue price impacts. The next postal remuneration meeting planned September 23-24, impacts every country.  Leaving the UPU now has many unknown consequences. For the USPS, leaving the UPU means negotiating individual postal agreements with every country in the world. That’s a logistical nightmare, in a boring sort of way. 

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Postal Remuneration Boring but Important

UPU Postal Remuneration is Boring but Important

Another meeting of the UPU on postal remuneration of terminal dues occurred April 9th. Most likely, you didn’t hear about it. Often times the UPU is not that interesting, but whats happening now could change eCommerce and the global economy for years to come. The UPU (Universal Postal Union) coordinates postal policies of 192 countries. The UPU uses postal remuneration to help developing countries by subsidizing more prosperous countries with terminal dues. As a result the wealthier countries pay a higher share of the costs. Countries are placed in nine different categories based on their level of development. The rates developing countries pay are usually far lower than rates paid by domestic shippers in more developed countries. In some cases, terminal dues are so low that that developed countries like the U.S. actually lose money on mail sent to them internationally from less developed countries like… China?

The USPS is Subsidizing Chinese eCommerce

The UPU categorizes China as a developing country entitling them to huge international postal discounts. China is however, the world’s largest exporter and the second largest economy in the world. The deluge of eCommerce packages from China is costing the USPS, Canada Post, and other international postal services too much. Mail services for small packages shipped from China to the US cost significantly less than what USPS charges American mailers for a domestic service. At the same time, local companies are losing business because they cannot compete with the subsidized postal costs their Chinese competitors benefit from.

The U.S. Will Leave the UPU

The United States must find the UPU Postal Remuneration boring too. Last Year, the U.S. informed the UPU of its decision to withdraw effective 1/1/2020. No doubt, this got the attention of the UPU. An extraordinary postal congress happened September of 2018 with a second meeting this week and another scheduled this September. If a resolution is not found, the US would unilaterally set postal rates for packages entering the United States or increase tariffs again. The postal services and local businesses of countries continue to lose money on eCommerce packages from AliBaba, Ebay, Wish, etc. The USPS loses about $1 on every eCommerce package arriving from China. If a resolution is not found, the impact to the postal systems of the world and global trade will suffer. Imagine the largest economy in the world setting the postal rates of their biggest competitor.

Another Boring UPU Meeting that will Impact the Global Economy

Again, there was another boring UPU meeting this week. So what happened at the meeting? In short, not enough. There are three options being weighed by 192 countries with a vote coming this September. First, allow member countries to self-declare postal rates. Second, accelerate rate increases already approved by the UPU. Finally, the third option that also adopts self-declared rates as its basis, but with elements aimed at mitigating undue price impacts. The next postal remuneration meeting planned September 23-24, impacts every country.  Leaving the UPU now has many unknown consequences. For the USPS, leaving the UPU means negotiating individual postal agreements with every country in the world. That’s a logistical nightmare, in a boring sort of way. 

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Neighbourhood Mail Every Door Direct Mail in Canada

Neighbourhood Mail Every Door Direct Mail in Canada

Neighbourhood Mail is Canada’s version of the USPS services Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) but more affordable than international USPS services. Similar to EDDM, this unaddressed admail product is a Canada saturation mail service that provides unsurpassed coverage to urban and rural markets. Even more Canada’s Neighbourhood Mail reaches almost 16 million targeted addresses available from Canada Post. Delivery speed is between 5-12 business days and selected by mail carrier route.

Neighbourhood Mail is Unaddressed Admail & Canada Saturation Mail

Canada Post’s database provides geographic, demographic, and lifestyle data to target mailings of neighbourhoods that have the highest potential audience. Neighbourhood Mail, formerly Unaddressed Admail, uses Canada Post’s database to ensure effective Canada saturation mail service results. Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post at low Canada postage costs. As a result, this targeted approach saves you money versus international USPS rates and maximizes your return on Investment.

So What Qualifies as Neighbourhood Mail?

To qualify for the service your mailing must consist of unaddressed admail without a specific destination. The mailing must mail in Canada and meet the minimum 200 piece volume requirement. Volume also requires mailings to a complete distribution of one route; or the complete distribution to only houses, apartments, farms, businesses, or any combination, on a given route. Some examples of Neighbourhood Mail include:

• brochures • community newspapers • flyers • product samples • postcards
• inserts and enclosures • single sheets • catalogues • coupons • magazines
• CDs and DVDs • envelopes • newspapers • promotional materials

Sending Canada Saturation Mail with Atlas

Above all we make mailing to Canada easy and affordable.  Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post from a full service Canadian mail facility located in Ontario, Canada. As a result we can offer quick delivery for up to 50% less than international USPS rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation. Also thanks to a strong US dollar, rates to Canada continue to improve. Finally, Atlas never make you sign contracts, charges hidden fees,  or fuel surcharges.  So Contact Us today and drastically reduce your Canada mailing costs.

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Neighbourhood Mail Every Door Direct Mail in Canada

Neighbourhood Mail Every Door Direct Mail in Canada

Neighbourhood Mail is Canada’s version of the USPS services Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) but more affordable than international USPS services. Similar to EDDM, this unaddressed admail product is a Canada saturation mail service that provides unsurpassed coverage to urban and rural markets. Even more Canada’s Neighbourhood Mail reaches almost 16 million targeted addresses available from Canada Post. Delivery speed is between 5-12 business days and selected by mail carrier route.

Neighbourhood Mail is Unaddressed Admail & Canada Saturation Mail

Canada Post’s database provides geographic, demographic, and lifestyle data to target mailings of neighbourhoods that have the highest potential audience. Neighbourhood Mail, formerly Unaddressed Admail, uses Canada Post’s database to ensure effective Canada saturation mail service results. Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post at low Canada postage costs. As a result, this targeted approach saves you money versus international USPS rates and maximizes your return on Investment.

So What Qualifies as Neighbourhood Mail?

To qualify for the service your mailing must consist of unaddressed admail without a specific destination. The mailing must mail in Canada and meet the minimum 200 piece volume requirement. Volume also requires mailings to a complete distribution of one route; or the complete distribution to only houses, apartments, farms, businesses, or any combination, on a given route. Some examples of Neighbourhood Mail include:

• brochures • community newspapers • flyers • product samples • postcards
• inserts and enclosures • single sheets • catalogues • coupons • magazines
• CDs and DVDs • envelopes • newspapers • promotional materials

Sending Canada Saturation Mail with Atlas

Above all we make mailing to Canada easy and affordable.  Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post from a full service Canadian mail facility located in Ontario, Canada. As a result we can offer quick delivery for up to 50% less than international USPS rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation. Also thanks to a strong US dollar, rates to Canada continue to improve. Finally, Atlas never make you sign contracts, charges hidden fees,  or fuel surcharges.  So Contact Us today and drastically reduce your Canada mailing costs.

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Rotating Strikes Causing Canada Post Delays

Rotating Strikes Causing Canada Post Delays

Rotating strikes causing Canada Post delays may continue into 2019. Canada Post has advised customers to expect delivery delays for the foreseeable future. Because of the ongoing rotating strikes delivery standards will suffer. There are already massive backlogs of mail and parcels, and much more is expected with millions more parcels from Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Canada Post expects the worst delays will be in southern & southwestern Ontario. Likewise delays are expected to continue for the next several weeks, including the holiday season and possibly into next year.

Rotating Strikes continue for 5th Week

The rotating strikes have been going for more than a month and have impacted nearly every Canadian address. The CUPW (Canada Union of Postal Workers) and Canada Post have been at odds over pay and working conditions for a very long time. The CUPW rejected an offer of a $1,000.00 bonus per employee to stop the rotating strikes until February. The union rejected mediation and has encouraged employees not to work overtime. The Retail Council of Canada has requested the Canadian government to end the rotating strikes. The busiest time of year for the postal service is just days away, and the two sides seem no closer to an agreement than they were in October.

The CUPW Wants Wage & Benefit Improvements

The CUPW is requesting a 2.9% annual wage increase, improvements to short-term disability and injury pay, wage advancements for temporary /  seasonal employees, and double-time pay for working a sixth or seventh day in a row. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a last-minute plea to the CUPW and Canada Post to reach an agreement, just hours before Canada Post’s latest offer expired.

Atlas International Mail is Following Updates Closely

If you are sending mail to Canada, we strongly recommenced you do it sooner than later. The rotating strikes have created backlogs, and delays may get worse. If you have questions or concerns, contact us at 800-852-0889 or info@atlas-mail.com
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Rotating Strikes Causing Canada Post Delays

Rotating Strikes Causing Canada Post Delays

Rotating strikes causing Canada Post delays may continue into 2019. Canada Post has advised customers to expect delivery delays for the foreseeable future. Because of the ongoing rotating strikes delivery standards will suffer. There are already massive backlogs of mail and parcels, and much more is expected with millions more parcels from Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Canada Post expects the worst delays will be in southern & southwestern Ontario. Likewise delays are expected to continue for the next several weeks, including the holiday season and possibly into next year.

Rotating Strikes continue for 5th Week

The rotating strikes have been going for more than a month and have impacted nearly every Canadian address. The CUPW (Canada Union of Postal Workers) and Canada Post have been at odds over pay and working conditions for a very long time. The CUPW rejected an offer of a $1,000.00 bonus per employee to stop the rotating strikes until February. The union rejected mediation and has encouraged employees not to work overtime. The Retail Council of Canada has requested the Canadian government to end the rotating strikes. The busiest time of year for the postal service is just days away, and the two sides seem no closer to an agreement than they were in October.

The CUPW Wants Wage & Benefit Improvements

The CUPW is requesting a 2.9% annual wage increase, improvements to short-term disability and injury pay, wage advancements for temporary /  seasonal employees, and double-time pay for working a sixth or seventh day in a row. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a last-minute plea to the CUPW and Canada Post to reach an agreement, just hours before Canada Post’s latest offer expired.

Atlas International Mail is Following Updates Closely

If you are sending mail to Canada, we strongly recommenced you do it sooner than later. The rotating strikes have created backlogs, and delays may get worse. If you have questions or concerns, contact us at 800-852-0889 or info@atlas-mail.com
International Mail Consolidators

International Mail Consolidators Discount U.S. Postage Rates

Above all Mail Consolidators save customers money over first class postage rates from the post office. The largest volume discounts are achieved by bundling multiple mailings together. As a result American small businesses are benefiting by using a third party service to consolidate their mailings with other companies to attain the most favorable international postage rates. Mail is strategically entered  into foreign postal systems where volume discount agreements are offered by a variety of international post offices.

International Postal Rates are Very High for Small Businesses

Escalating international postal rates pose challenges for companies looking to manage expenses. Mail consolidators are able to take advantage of international postal presorts, and customers save up to 50% to over countries. Services vary from first class postage rates to e-Packet delivery to direct entry services into specific 180 countries. Consequently choosing the right service ensures lower postage costs, faster mail delivery, and improved localization.

Mail Consolidators Reduce Costs for E-commerce Companies

E-commerce businesses face the constant challenge of keeping delivery costs low. There is an abundance of different services, delivery methods, insurance options, and track & trace services to choose from, and figuring out the prepayment of duties & taxes is complicated. Using a third party mail consolidator certainly makes this simple and affordable. Consolidators offer International Parcel Services featuring the utilization of USPS services, direct access worldwide, and automated completion of customs export documentation. The time and money saved is tremendous, especially to Canada.

USPS First Class Postage Rates to Canada

Sending mail to Canada shouldn’t cost a fortune. So we consolidate mail and enter it into to the Canada Post at significant savings over US postage rates. Mail travels across the Canadian border and enters the Canada Post at the lowest possible rate. U.S. companies also benefit from a favorable exchange rate making international mail consolidators the best way to save when mailing Canada.

Consolidating with Atlas International Mail

Atlas is a leader in global mailing services. We’ve helped hundreds of companies save on rising international postage rates, and we can certainly consolidate your mail for maximum volume discounts. Even more we provide easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.  Best of all, we can do this for up to 50% less than the post office.

Contact us for a free no obligation quote.  800-852-0889 or info@atlasintlmail.com

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International Mail Consolidators

International Mail Consolidators Discount U.S. Postage Rates

Above all Mail Consolidators save customers money over first class postage rates from the post office. The largest volume discounts are achieved by bundling multiple mailings together. As a result American small businesses are benefiting by using a third party service to consolidate their mailings with other companies to attain the most favorable international postage rates. Mail is strategically entered  into foreign postal systems where volume discount agreements are offered by a variety of international post offices.

International Postal Rates are Very High for Small Businesses

Escalating international postal rates pose challenges for companies looking to manage expenses. Mail consolidators are able to take advantage of international postal presorts, and customers save up to 50% to over countries. Services vary from first class postage rates to e-Packet delivery to direct entry services into specific 180 countries. Consequently choosing the right service ensures lower postage costs, faster mail delivery, and improved localization.

Mail Consolidators Reduce Costs for E-commerce Companies

E-commerce businesses face the constant challenge of keeping delivery costs low. There is an abundance of different services, delivery methods, insurance options, and track & trace services to choose from, and figuring out the prepayment of duties & taxes is complicated. Using a third party mail consolidator certainly makes this simple and affordable. Consolidators offer International Parcel Services featuring the utilization of USPS services, direct access worldwide, and automated completion of customs export documentation. The time and money saved is tremendous, especially to Canada.

USPS First Class Postage Rates to Canada

Sending mail to Canada shouldn’t cost a fortune. So we consolidate mail and enter it into to the Canada Post at significant savings over US postage rates. Mail travels across the Canadian border and enters the Canada Post at the lowest possible rate. U.S. companies also benefit from a favorable exchange rate making international mail consolidators the best way to save when mailing Canada.

Consolidating with Atlas International Mail

Atlas is a leader in global mailing services. We’ve helped hundreds of companies save on rising international postage rates, and we can certainly consolidate your mail for maximum volume discounts. Even more we provide easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.  Best of all, we can do this for up to 50% less than the post office.

Contact us for a free no obligation quote.  800-852-0889 or info@atlasintlmail.com

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International & Canadian Mail Service

International & Canadian Mail Service Updates

Below, we address some International & Canadian Mail service updates. The last few months saw a number of service disruptions due to inclement weather, strikes, and government interruptions. Canadian Mail service suffered from isolated slow downs due to the winter weather, but no major delays have interrupted service.

Mass Mailings Delayed

Bolivia and Guatemala’s governments have stopped all mail services except for Global Express Guaranteed. This has been an ongoing issue for Guatemala for more than a year, and there are no signs of progress. At this time, we do not recommend sending mail to either country unless absolutely necessary. Severe snow storms caused delays across Europe.  Ireland, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, France, and Great Britain all reported delays in February and March due to weather. Cyclone Gita was responsible for some delays in Tonga, Australia, and New Zealand. Mexico, Cyprus, and Greece experienced some small delays due to system and procedure changes. Meanwhile, Brazil, Chad, and El Salvador have had problems with striking postal workers, and only El Salvador is reporting services have returned to normal. Atlas International Mail updates our website when delays are reported, and we strive to keep customers informed and find faster, less expensive delivery alternatives.

USPS Service Alerts for International Mailers

Below we have listed the USPS service alerts for all affected destinations. These alerts appear at the bottom of our home page, and they can also be found on USPS.  Canadian Mail Service delayed several times throughout the winter, but it’s rarely reported because harsh weather is a common occurrence. Generally, Canadian Mail does not suffer long delays as they are well prepared for winter.  Service to Syria and parts of the Ukraine are suspended, and they have been for several years. Atlas International Mail offers service to over 180 countries around the world, and we are always looking for newer, faster , and more affordable services.

Australia

The Australia Post reports that severe weather in parts of Queensland Australia is impacting the collection and delivery of all mail products for postcodes 4737-4895. (posted 3/8/18)

Bolivia

Most mail service to Bolivia has temporarily stopped by the Bolivian government. Only Global Express Guaranteed service is still available. This affects Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail International (already unavailable to Bolivia), First-Class Mail International, First-Class Package International Service, International Priority Airmail, International Surface Air Lift and M-Bag items. (posted 3/7/18)

Chad

Chad’s post advises it has been unable to deliver or dispatch items since Feb. 1 because of a strike. (posted 2/9/18)

Cyprus

Cyprus Post advises an upgrade of its IT infrastructure will impact operations Feb. 9-11, including inbound and outbound mail and electronic data interchange. (posted 2/9/18)

Denmark

Denmark’s post advises that due to bad weather, the southern part of the country will have delays in delivery and collection of mail this week. This affects postal codes 3700-3799 and 4600-4899. (posted 3/1/18)

El Salvador

The El Salvador post, Correos de El Salvador, reports the strike is now over and all postal services have returned to normal. (posted 2/26/18)

France

France’s post advises mail operations — including transportation, collection and delivery — are disrupted because of bad weather including heavy snow.  Expect delays in the movement of mail and packages. (posted 3/1/18)

Great Britain

Royal Mail advises transportation disruptions due to heavy snowfall have ended and all postal services resumed on March 8. (posted 3/14/18)

Greece

Greece’s post advises processing of express mail and packages has returned to normal following implementation of new customs procedures. There also are improvements in handling of letter post, with a one-week backlog for inbound mail from non-European Union countries subject to customs control. (posted 1/29/18)

Guatemala

Most mail to Guatemala is suspended. Until further notice, only Global Express Guaranteed (GXG) service will still be available. The suspension affects Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail International, First-Class Mail International, First-Class Package International Service, International Priority Airmail, International Surface Air Lift and M-Bag items.

The Postal Service will return to sender already deposited items other than GXG addressed to Guatemala. For any returned item bearing a customs form, as well as any item shipped with Priority Mail Express International service, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service.

For all other returned items not bearing a customs declarations form, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service, or the sender may remail them with the existing postage once service to Guatemala has been restored. When remailing under this option, customers must cross out the markings “Mail Service Suspended — Return to Sender.”

(Originally posted 4/11/17. This service suspension currently remains in effect.) 3/2018

Ireland

Ireland is experiencing a severe weather event, with snow storms causing major disruptions. The Irish postal service, An Post reports the Irish Meteorological Service has issued a National Red Alert Warning for most of the country, the result of the worst weather in Ireland since 1982. An Post says there are significant delays in processing and delivery of both inbound and outbound mail, and the weather situation is expected to get worse over the next 2-4 days. An Post says it will be doing everything possible to limit the disruption of service. (posted 3/2/18)

Italy

Italy’s post advises operations are back to normal following severe winter weather that had affected transportation, processing and delivery of mail since Feb. 26. (posted 3/6/18)

Mexico

Mexico’s post advises it will begin a data center migration on Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. local time. This will affect dispatches of inbound and outbound mail. (posted 2/15/18)

New Zealand

New Zealand Post reports that mail service on the lower North Island and upper South Island has resumed in the aftermath of Cyclone Gita. In the Tasman District of the South Island, damage to roads and structures has caused some mail delays. (posted 2/26/18)

Spain

Spain’s post advised that due to bad weather and snowstorms, the northern part of Spain is facing transportation problems and outbound mail is severely affected. (posted 3/1/18)

Sweden

PostNord Sweden reports bad weather conditions have affected on-time delivery of the mail. Snow and heavy winds off the east coast have delayed distribution of letters and parcels in these Zip Code areas:  20-24, 26, 28-29 and 36-39. (posted 3/5/18)

Tonga

Tonga Post advisesd damage to postal facilities from Cyclone Gita affected operations, and delays expected in the processing and delivery of mail. (posted 2/16/18)

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International & Canadian Mail Service Updates

Below, we address some International & Canadian Mail service updates. The last few months saw a number of service disruptions due to inclement weather, strikes, and government interruptions. Canadian Mail service suffered from isolated slow downs due to the winter weather, but no major delays have interrupted service.

Mass Mailings Delayed

Bolivia and Guatemala’s governments have stopped all mail services except for Global Express Guaranteed. This has been an ongoing issue for Guatemala for more than a year, and there are no signs of progress. At this time, we do not recommend sending mail to either country unless absolutely necessary. Severe snow storms caused delays across Europe.  Ireland, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, France, and Great Britain all reported delays in February and March due to weather. Cyclone Gita was responsible for some delays in Tonga, Australia, and New Zealand. Mexico, Cyprus, and Greece experienced some small delays due to system and procedure changes. Meanwhile, Brazil, Chad, and El Salvador have had problems with striking postal workers, and only El Salvador is reporting services have returned to normal. Atlas International Mail updates our website when delays are reported, and we strive to keep customers informed and find faster, less expensive delivery alternatives.

USPS Service Alerts for International Mailers

Below we have listed the USPS service alerts for all affected destinations. These alerts appear at the bottom of our home page, and they can also be found on USPS.  Canadian Mail Service delayed several times throughout the winter, but it’s rarely reported because harsh weather is a common occurrence. Generally, Canadian Mail does not suffer long delays as they are well prepared for winter.  Service to Syria and parts of the Ukraine are suspended, and they have been for several years. Atlas International Mail offers service to over 180 countries around the world, and we are always looking for newer, faster , and more affordable services.

Australia

The Australia Post reports that severe weather in parts of Queensland Australia is impacting the collection and delivery of all mail products for postcodes 4737-4895. (posted 3/8/18)

Bolivia

Most mail service to Bolivia has temporarily stopped by the Bolivian government. Only Global Express Guaranteed service is still available. This affects Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail International (already unavailable to Bolivia), First-Class Mail International, First-Class Package International Service, International Priority Airmail, International Surface Air Lift and M-Bag items. (posted 3/7/18)

Chad

Chad’s post advises it has been unable to deliver or dispatch items since Feb. 1 because of a strike. (posted 2/9/18)

Cyprus

Cyprus Post advises an upgrade of its IT infrastructure will impact operations Feb. 9-11, including inbound and outbound mail and electronic data interchange. (posted 2/9/18)

Denmark

Denmark’s post advises that due to bad weather, the southern part of the country will have delays in delivery and collection of mail this week. This affects postal codes 3700-3799 and 4600-4899. (posted 3/1/18)

El Salvador

The El Salvador post, Correos de El Salvador, reports the strike is now over and all postal services have returned to normal. (posted 2/26/18)

France

France’s post advises mail operations — including transportation, collection and delivery — are disrupted because of bad weather including heavy snow.  Expect delays in the movement of mail and packages. (posted 3/1/18)

Great Britain

Royal Mail advises transportation disruptions due to heavy snowfall have ended and all postal services resumed on March 8. (posted 3/14/18)

Greece

Greece’s post advises processing of express mail and packages has returned to normal following implementation of new customs procedures. There also are improvements in handling of letter post, with a one-week backlog for inbound mail from non-European Union countries subject to customs control. (posted 1/29/18)

Guatemala

Most mail to Guatemala is suspended. Until further notice, only Global Express Guaranteed (GXG) service will still be available. The suspension affects Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail International, First-Class Mail International, First-Class Package International Service, International Priority Airmail, International Surface Air Lift and M-Bag items.

The Postal Service will return to sender already deposited items other than GXG addressed to Guatemala. For any returned item bearing a customs form, as well as any item shipped with Priority Mail Express International service, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service.

For all other returned items not bearing a customs declarations form, the Postal Service will, upon request, refund postage and fees on mail returned due to the suspension of service, or the sender may remail them with the existing postage once service to Guatemala has been restored. When remailing under this option, customers must cross out the markings “Mail Service Suspended — Return to Sender.”

(Originally posted 4/11/17. This service suspension currently remains in effect.) 3/2018

Ireland

Ireland is experiencing a severe weather event, with snow storms causing major disruptions. The Irish postal service, An Post reports the Irish Meteorological Service has issued a National Red Alert Warning for most of the country, the result of the worst weather in Ireland since 1982. An Post says there are significant delays in processing and delivery of both inbound and outbound mail, and the weather situation is expected to get worse over the next 2-4 days. An Post says it will be doing everything possible to limit the disruption of service. (posted 3/2/18)

Italy

Italy’s post advises operations are back to normal following severe winter weather that had affected transportation, processing and delivery of mail since Feb. 26. (posted 3/6/18)

Mexico

Mexico’s post advises it will begin a data center migration on Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. local time. This will affect dispatches of inbound and outbound mail. (posted 2/15/18)

New Zealand

New Zealand Post reports that mail service on the lower North Island and upper South Island has resumed in the aftermath of Cyclone Gita. In the Tasman District of the South Island, damage to roads and structures has caused some mail delays. (posted 2/26/18)

Spain

Spain’s post advised that due to bad weather and snowstorms, the northern part of Spain is facing transportation problems and outbound mail is severely affected. (posted 3/1/18)

Sweden

PostNord Sweden reports bad weather conditions have affected on-time delivery of the mail. Snow and heavy winds off the east coast have delayed distribution of letters and parcels in these Zip Code areas:  20-24, 26, 28-29 and 36-39. (posted 3/5/18)

Tonga

Tonga Post advisesd damage to postal facilities from Cyclone Gita affected operations, and delays expected in the processing and delivery of mail. (posted 2/16/18)

Join us on Social Media for the Latest Updates

In addition to our blog, we have several social media platforms that update regularly. We post articles about International & Canadian Mail Service Updates, and we find the latest trends in e-commerce, mailing, and shipping.  Please feel free to say hello, and like and share any content that catches your interest. We appreciate your continued support, and we say “Thanks to all of you from all of us at Atlas International Mail.”

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Also, you can follow the links above, and learn more about Atlas’s services. Atlas International Mail has been in business since 1990 and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We provide easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation. Best of all, we can do this for up to 50% less than the post office.

 

 

 

USPS Raised Prices Again

USPS Raised Prices Again in January

The USPS raised prices again, but Atlas International Mail has alternatives in place to save our customers money and bypass the USPS altogether. Additionally, the USPS will no longer send First-Class Mail International Service for Flats containing merchandise, but again Atlas has solutions in place for our customers. The price of a stamp is only increasing by a penny, but the USPS’s international services are increasing by an average of almost 4%. While the average increase is only about 2%, it comes after multiple rate increases in 2017.  These increases are bringing USPS prices closer to those of their UPS and FedEx competitors. As always, Atlas International Mail has strategies in place to help our customers save money and avoid the USPS raised prices.

Strong Global Growth Expected in 2018

According to Chief Economists the global economy will grow nearly 4% over the next two years. Much of the expected growth is due to the recent U.S. tax code changes. This should lead to increased investment in the U.S. and more trade and spending with our largest trading partners. Canada and Mexico are also expected to benefit greatly from the changes. Mail to Canada has already seen a spike in early January with many U.S. companies looking to rapidly increase business in Canada.

Atlas International Mail Reviews

As a member of the Better Business Bureau, Atlas International Mail is focused on keeping our customers happy. We are happy to help so many companies reduce their international postage rates. Our clients are quite diverse. They range from long standing members of the fortune 500, to innovative startups, charities, universities, and many more.  Here’s what one of customers had to say about us recently:

01/08/18

“I worked with Bill D. to ship a large order of books to a mission in Papua, New Guinea from New Hampshire. Bill was very helpful in getting us the best price. The prices he quoted was better than all the other companies that I had contacted prior to working with Atlas International Mail, Inc. Bill D. represented his company well with his patience in answering the many questions I had, as well as his assistance along the way. He also was quick to respond with any emails. Since we were shipping to a far off country. We remained in contact until the books arrived. Bill gave us the updated tracking of the order. The company kept us informed until the package arrived. I would recommend this company again. As a matter of fact I will be calling them soon to place another order. It was a good experience! Fr. M. was so happy to receive the books for his missionary library. We appreciated the help we received from Atlas. Thank you, *********************, NH”  Jeannine L .BBB Verified Reviewer

Thanks to Jeannine and many of our other valued clients, Atlas International Mail has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and 5 star reviews on Google, Facebook and more. Please follow the links below to learn more.

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USPS Raised Prices Again

USPS Raised Prices Again in January

The USPS raised prices again, but Atlas International Mail has alternatives in place to save our customers money and bypass the USPS altogether. Additionally, the USPS will no longer send First-Class Mail International Service for Flats containing merchandise, but again Atlas has solutions in place for our customers. The price of a stamp is only increasing by a penny, but the USPS’s international services are increasing by an average of almost 4%. While the average increase is only about 2%, it comes after multiple rate increases in 2017.  These increases are bringing USPS prices closer to those of their UPS and FedEx competitors. As always, Atlas International Mail has strategies in place to help our customers save money and avoid the USPS raised prices.

Strong Global Growth Expected in 2018

According to Chief Economists the global economy will grow nearly 4% over the next two years. Much of the expected growth is due to the recent U.S. tax code changes. This should lead to increased investment in the U.S. and more trade and spending with our largest trading partners. Canada and Mexico are also expected to benefit greatly from the changes. Mail to Canada has already seen a spike in early January with many U.S. companies looking to rapidly increase business in Canada.

Atlas International Mail Reviews

As a member of the Better Business Bureau, Atlas International Mail is focused on keeping our customers happy. We are happy to help so many companies reduce their international postage rates. Our clients are quite diverse. They range from long standing members of the fortune 500, to innovative startups, charities, universities, and many more.  Here’s what one of customers had to say about us recently:

01/08/18

“I worked with Bill D. to ship a large order of books to a mission in Papua, New Guinea from New Hampshire. Bill was very helpful in getting us the best price. The prices he quoted was better than all the other companies that I had contacted prior to working with Atlas International Mail, Inc. Bill D. represented his company well with his patience in answering the many questions I had, as well as his assistance along the way. He also was quick to respond with any emails. Since we were shipping to a far off country. We remained in contact until the books arrived. Bill gave us the updated tracking of the order. The company kept us informed until the package arrived. I would recommend this company again. As a matter of fact I will be calling them soon to place another order. It was a good experience! Fr. M. was so happy to receive the books for his missionary library. We appreciated the help we received from Atlas. Thank you, *********************, NH”  Jeannine L .BBB Verified Reviewer

Thanks to Jeannine and many of our other valued clients, Atlas International Mail has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and 5 star reviews on Google, Facebook and more. Please follow the links below to learn more.

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Canadian Mail Service Boxing Day

Atlas International Mail, Expert Canadian Mail Service

As experts in Canadian Mail Service we know a little bit about Canada and their day after Christmas holiday, Boxing Day. We make mailing to Canada easy. Because Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post we can offer quick delivery at less expensive Canadian postage rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.

What is Boxing Day?

In Canada, Boxing Day is a holiday for many Canadians on the day after Christmas, December 26. In modern Canada it is best known for post-Christmas shopping sales and Ice Hockey games. The UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand all recognize the 26th as boxing day. The countries merchants offer big sales similar to Black Friday in the United States. Retail stores open early, offer large discounts, and draw very big crowds.

The holiday originated in England in the 19th century under the rule of Queen Victoria and eventually spread to the colonies. In 1830’s Britain it became customary to celebrate the first week day after Christmas by giving gifts (Christmas Boxes) to service workers. This would be similar to leaving a gift or tip for your mail man during the Holidays.

In Canada, it is a provincial holiday only in Ontario, but banks are generally closed and federally regulated workers have the day off. Many Canadians will be out shopping and many more will be cheering on their Junior Canadian National Hockey team.  The International Ice Hockey Federation world junior hockey championships start on Boxing Day.

Atlas delivers your Canadian Mailing for up to 50% less than USPS Rates

We offer direct entry of your Canada mailing into Canada Post’s BMC in Ontario for faster delivery at domestic Canadian postage rates. Due to the strength of the US Dollar versus the Canadian Dollar, the cost of your Canada Mailing is the lowest in years. We can help you qualify for Canada Machinable Mail rates . This saves you even more on when mailing to Canada. For questions about our Canadian mail service call 800-852-0889.

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Canadian Mail Service Boxing Day

Atlas International Mail, Expert Canadian Mail Service

As experts in Canadian Mail Service we know a little bit about Canada and their day after Christmas holiday, Boxing Day. We make mailing to Canada easy. Because Atlas International Mail provides direct entry into Canada Post we can offer quick delivery at less expensive Canadian postage rates. You also get easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.

What is Boxing Day?

In Canada, Boxing Day is a holiday for many Canadians on the day after Christmas, December 26. In modern Canada it is best known for post-Christmas shopping sales and Ice Hockey games. The UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand all recognize the 26th as boxing day. The countries merchants offer big sales similar to Black Friday in the United States. Retail stores open early, offer large discounts, and draw very big crowds.

The holiday originated in England in the 19th century under the rule of Queen Victoria and eventually spread to the colonies. In 1830’s Britain it became customary to celebrate the first week day after Christmas by giving gifts (Christmas Boxes) to service workers. This would be similar to leaving a gift or tip for your mail man during the Holidays.

In Canada, it is a provincial holiday only in Ontario, but banks are generally closed and federally regulated workers have the day off. Many Canadians will be out shopping and many more will be cheering on their Junior Canadian National Hockey team.  The International Ice Hockey Federation world junior hockey championships start on Boxing Day.

Atlas delivers your Canadian Mailing for up to 50% less than USPS Rates

We offer direct entry of your Canada mailing into Canada Post’s BMC in Ontario for faster delivery at domestic Canadian postage rates. Due to the strength of the US Dollar versus the Canadian Dollar, the cost of your Canada Mailing is the lowest in years. We can help you qualify for Canada Machinable Mail rates . This saves you even more on when mailing to Canada. For questions about our Canadian mail service call 800-852-0889.

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ePackets, Parcel, & Direct Mailing Deadlines

Holiday Deadlines for 2017 ePackets, Parcels, & Direct Mailings

Finally the USPS has released their International Holiday Shipping guidelines. So if you’re mailing an ePackets, Parcels, or sending a Direct Mailing time is of the essence.  For December 24th delivery, First Class and Priority Mail items need to be in the mail before the end of the week. Most importantly the international deadline are very soon. So if you have international mail send it ASAP.

DESTINATIONGLOBAL EXPRESS GUARANTEED® SERVICEPRIORITY MAIL EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL® SERVICEPRIORITY MAIL INTERNATIONAL® SERVICEFIRST-CLASS INTERNATIONAL® SERVICE
AfricaDec. 19Dec. 7Nov. 30Nov. 30
Asia / Pacific RimDec. 19Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
Australia / New ZealandDec. 19Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
CanadaDec. 21Dec. 16Dec. 9Dec. 7
CaribbeanDec. 21Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7
Central & South AmericaDec. 20Dec. 9Nov. 30Nov. 30
MexicoDec. 20Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
EuropeDec. 20Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7
Middle EastDec. 18Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7

Delivering ePackets, Parcels, and Direct Mailings up to 50% off

In business since 1990, Atlas International continues to be a leading international mail service provider.  As a result our clients range from eCommerce startups and non-profits to popular direct marketers and vanguards of the Fortune 500.

Certainly our expertise in international addressing, discounting current US postage rates, and simplifying customs clearance has made Atlas a leader in global mailing services. Hence Atlas can deliver your ePackets, Parcels, and Direct Mailings quickly and affordably.  Also no matter where your recipients are located or what languages they speak, Atlas International has the international mailing solution for you.

Also with Atlas, you never have to sign a contract, and there are never any hidden fees or fuel surcharges.

Above all we provide no-nonsense mailing discounts to over 180 countries.

Minimums are surprisingly low.

Finally, if you have questions contact Atlas International for a free consultation 800-852-0889 or info@atlas-mail.com

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Also, you can follow the links above, and learn more about Atlas’s services. Atlas International Mail has been in business since 1990 and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. As a result, we’ve helped hundreds of companies save on rising international postage rates. Also, we provide easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.  Best of all, we can do this for up to 50% less than the post office.

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ePackets, Parcel, & Direct Mailing Deadlines

Holiday Deadlines for 2017 ePackets, Parcels, & Direct Mailings

Finally the USPS has released their International Holiday Shipping guidelines. So if you’re mailing an ePackets, Parcels, or sending a Direct Mailing time is of the essence.  For December 24th delivery, First Class and Priority Mail items need to be in the mail before the end of the week. Most importantly the international deadline are very soon. So if you have international mail send it ASAP.

DESTINATIONGLOBAL EXPRESS GUARANTEED® SERVICEPRIORITY MAIL EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL® SERVICEPRIORITY MAIL INTERNATIONAL® SERVICEFIRST-CLASS INTERNATIONAL® SERVICE
AfricaDec. 19Dec. 7Nov. 30Nov. 30
Asia / Pacific RimDec. 19Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
Australia / New ZealandDec. 19Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
CanadaDec. 21Dec. 16Dec. 9Dec. 7
CaribbeanDec. 21Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7
Central & South AmericaDec. 20Dec. 9Nov. 30Nov. 30
MexicoDec. 20Dec. 14Dec. 7Dec. 7
EuropeDec. 20Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7
Middle EastDec. 18Dec. 14Dec. 9Dec. 7

Delivering ePackets, Parcels, and Direct Mailings up to 50% off

In business since 1990, Atlas International continues to be a leading international mail service provider.  As a result our clients range from eCommerce startups and non-profits to popular direct marketers and vanguards of the Fortune 500.

Certainly our expertise in international addressing, discounting current US postage rates, and simplifying customs clearance has made Atlas a leader in global mailing services. Hence Atlas can deliver your ePackets, Parcels, and Direct Mailings quickly and affordably.  Also no matter where your recipients are located or what languages they speak, Atlas International has the international mailing solution for you.

Also with Atlas, you never have to sign a contract, and there are never any hidden fees or fuel surcharges.

Above all we provide no-nonsense mailing discounts to over 180 countries.

Minimums are surprisingly low.

Finally, if you have questions contact Atlas International for a free consultation 800-852-0889 or info@atlas-mail.com

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Also, you can follow the links above, and learn more about Atlas’s services. Atlas International Mail has been in business since 1990 and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. As a result, we’ve helped hundreds of companies save on rising international postage rates. Also, we provide easy same day pickup, and we complete all required customs documentation.  Best of all, we can do this for up to 50% less than the post office.