USPS, SEPOMEX to improve cross-border mail services

USPS and the Servicio Postal Mexicano (SEPOMEX) have signed an agreement to improve mail services between the United States and Mexico.

As part of the agreement, USPS will assist SEPOMEX in developing its own transformation plan — drawing on the Postal Service’s successful experience with strategic transformation since 2002.

The agreement also sets the stage for SEPOMEX and USPS to explore and develop joint business opportunities and improve cross-border services, focusing on Interna­tional Express Mail service, air mail parcels and package services.

USPS also has agreed to support SEPOMEX in devel­oping its own postal inspection group, including selecting, hiring and training postal inspectors. And, the two agencies will establish a joint work group to improve customs clear­ance procedures.

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