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Mail Handling

Project Diccovery ID Class

Parcel Post mail service for handling wrapped packages
Priority Mail mail that is handled before other mail; airmail and first class mail are priority mail
ZIP Zoning Improvement Plan; system of mail sorting started by the post office in 1963, that identifies each postal delivery area in the country by a 5-digit number
OCR Optical Character Reader; electronic mail sorter which reads addresses and sorts them according to ZIP code
Sectional Center every state has a certain number of designated post office facilities that process small mail from the area of the state around it
Managed Mail Center each state has at least one of these centers where mail from all the sectional centers in the state is sent for further processing; these facilities usually do sorting, etc., by machine
Standard Mailing sending large amounts (at least 200 pieces of like mail) of mail at a lower rate; this type of mailing requires a certain amount of sorting.
Created by: A.Hyman