Jan 17, 2024
Topics: USPS Crack Down on Illicit Fentanyl Supply Chain and Mandatory Electronic Statements: Navigating the New Normal
The Greater Chicago Postal Customer Council (PCC) and South Suburban PCC of the United States Postal Service are hosting a free virtual monthly meeting on Thursday, January 18 at 8:30 am to 10 am with the topics of USPS Crack Down on Illicit Fentanyl Supply Chain and Mandatory Electronic Statements: Navigating the New Normal.
Register at www.chicagopcc.com or call 312-983-8455. Go to the link below to attend:
The history of the Postal Service’s Postal Consumer Councils (PCC) dates back over six decades. Over the decades the bond between business customers and the Postal Service continued to evolve throughout the country, and today, these councils, now known as Postal Customer Councils, provide a unique opportunity for any business to meet with top level managers of the Postal Service to obtain information, share ideas, address issues, grow their business and network with other business colleagues.
In the past decade the illegal drug trade has changed to regularly exploit lawful global commercial distribution networks. At the core of this new model is the use of mail as a distribution model. The USPS and its Postal Inspection Service plays a key role in the fight against these deadly drugs.The featured speaker is Nicholas Bucciarelli, Assistant Inspector In Charge, USPS Inspection Service, Chicago Division.
As of January 28, 2024, USPS will no longer accept hard copy postage statements. Mailers will need to submit the information from the postage statement electronically before presenting mail at the USPS. Speakers Kevin Goss of Postal Source and Phil Landriault of FP Mailing Solutions, will provide a review of the key issues in filing electronic statements.
The Chicago PCC and South Suburban PCC look forward to increasing their membership and encourages local area businesses, deeply rooted in the community, to join the PCC.