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  • Dead Tree Edition

    Third Bush on the Right, Please: USPS Grocery Deliveries Would Need Lots of TLC from Carriers

    October 11, 2014

    Mail carrier was recently named the most endangered job in the U.S., but the U.S. Postal Service seems to have other ideas. Its plan to deliver groceries to households in major metropolitan areas is the latest among several strategic moves that would mean more work for employees who handle the "last mile" of delivery.Please, Mr. Postman, look and see,Are there some groceries in a tote for me?The Postal Service’s proposed market test of same-day grocery deliveries, apparently in partnership with Amazon, would require even more TLC on the part of USPS’s carrier force than normal deliveries, the agency revealed this

  • POSTALNEWS

    Giant Eagle executive chairman nominated to Postal Service board of governors

    October 09, 2014

    President Obama nominated David S. Shapira, executive chairman of Giant Eagle (a supermarket chain... This is a summary- visit postalnewsblog.com for the full story, comments and more.

  • Courier, Express, and Postal Observer

    Is Saturday Delivery Making a Comeback?

    May 12, 2014

    Australia Post just announced that it will expand to 6 day delivery starting in the 4th quarter of this year. However, Australia Post’s actions should not provide any hope for those in the United States trying to save Saturday delivery as Australia Post’s actions are limited to parcel delivery. (See Australia Post to deliver parcels on weekends as trading hours extended) The move to expand parcel delivery to Saturday was announced at the same time Australia Post announced that it would expand retail hours at its corporate offices to Saturdays as well. These actions both provide Australia Post with the