2022 USPS and Parcel Carrier Rate Change Webinar Recording and Resources
January 28, 2022
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Did you miss the recent Parcel Carrier Rate Change Webinar? Or maybe you’d like to review the information again?
You can access the resources of the webinar by clicking on the links below. We hope the information will help you manage your mailing and shipping costs and reduce the time it takes to get the mail out this year. Cheers, and happy mailing and shipping in 2022!
Rate Change Resources:
Rate Guides Resources:
FAQs from the USPS, FedEx, and UPS Rate Change Webinar
- I am new to my postage meter. How can I tell if it auto-updates the postage rates?
If you have a new iX Series Meter, it will automatically update the new postage rates. Just log off & log in!
If you have another Quadient postage meter, you can update the rate by making a “Generic Call” from the machine to the server. Visit our Knowledge base to learn more.
- What is presorting?
Presorting is when you group your mail pieces by zip code before you send them in order to lower postage costs. Your postage costs are lowered because you’re helping out the Postal Service save money on their postage processing and delivery. Read our blog post about presorting mail.
What does DIM stand for?
Dimensional (DIM) weight pricing! It is used by the major shipping carriers, including the USPS®, to help them manage the logistics of moving shipments across the country. It helps the carriers optimize the delivery space on trucks, planes, and local delivery vehicles. Access the most frequently asked questions on DIM weight here.
What is Neoship?
Neoship is the must-have multi-carrier shipping software for small and medium-sized businesses. You can save with USPS® discounts on Priority Mail® and Priority Mail Express®, choose the best cost and delivery options from the major carriers, USPS®, FedEx®, and UPS®, with Neoship Advanced and track your shipments in real-time and easily analyze your weekly shipping volume and spending. Learn more about Neoship here.
If you have any questions other questions, be sure to contact us so we can help you out or you can sign up for our Quadient Connections Newsletter to get all the updates on Rate Change 2022 as they happen.