Postal Service reminds employees about new Click-N-Ship label design

The Postal Service is reminding employees about a new Click-N-Ship label design that features an updated marking in the upper right-hand corner.

Customers can bring mailpieces with these labels, which debuted last summer, to Post Offices and other sites. The labels are legitimate and should be handled in the same manner as other Click-N-Ship labels.

Labels with existing evidence of postage barcodes are still generated by Click-N-Ship and are still valid.

The updated design may appear on all types of Click-N-Ship labels, which include Priority Mail Express, Priority Mail, First-Class Package Service, First-Class Package International Service, USPS Retail Ground, Global Express Guaranteed, Priority Mail Express International and Priority Mail International labels.

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again….there is plenty of room to increase the print size of the address…ask a carrier how hard this small print is to read.. The extra time taken by carriers is costing millions… But nobody cares about the actual people who go out and deliver…nobody…