Curry’s mail presorting services save you money on postage and decrease mail delivery time.
Because we are doing the work “for” USPS, presorted mail is faster and easier for the USPS to process. The Postal Service charges us, and you, less postage. Whether it’s first-class or standard mail, we secure low postage rates.
When your mailing is completed, you are welcome to pick it up at Curry’s office, or we can take it directly to the post office for you, saving you the hassle. We are experts at completing the complicated and confusing USPS paperwork, and we have a ton of experience working with the bulk mail departments at the post office. We strongly suggest you allow us to work with the post office on your behalf. We can save you a lot of time and frustration. Allow us to handle your mailing project from concept to post office delivery. Curry offers a smooth, one-step process that saves you time, money, and stress.
Personalization plays a key role in your direct mail marketing campaigns success. After we print your mailer, we can personalize it for you as we address it, all in one easy step.
Our equipment can print on just about any surface, including coated papers designed to withstand the brutality of automated Postal Service sorting equipment. Let Curry Printing handle all facets of your mailing job.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) offers significant discounts for volume business mailings as well as nonprofit organizations. These discounts apply to many types of business mail and can reduce the cost of postage.
When you work with Curry, a mailing services specialist, we’ll help get the best possible rates given your time deadlines.
Unlike standalone mailing houses, Curry is unique because we have the ability to take your mailing piece from design all the way through delivery to the post office. Does it make sense to have your mailing project designed at one place, printed somewhere else, and then mailed at a third place? Curry can save you significant time and bother when you let us manage the entire print and mail process.
To learn more about postage discounts and designing an effective mailer, visit the USPS’s helpful Business Mail 101 resource page.
Tabs, also known as wafer seals, are often a USPS requirement that should be applied to all self-mailers. Wafer seals prevent the open sides of your mailer from jamming the Postal Service’s high-speed processing equipment. Our mailing department can apply one, two, or three tab seals easily as part of our mail processing capabilities. Choose clear plastic, paper, or customized tabs to set your mailing piece apart.