What is mail sorting and why can it save you time and money?

Mail sorting is a term used to describe the process of determining how and where to direct mail for delivery. This is often done with the goal of reducing postal costings.

With advancements in technology over the years, it has become easier to organise postal data in preparation for mailing. By using specialised programmes and machinery, mail is sorted via postcode and printed and packaged accordingly. This is then simpler for the mail carrier to deliver as opposed to unsorted mail, which can take more time and money to organise. By implementing a mail sortation process, the mail carrier recognises the reduction in work that they are required to do and therefore offer savings to their postal charges. 

See below how our mail sortation and delivery process works to save Associations like yours time and money.

HMCA Services Mail Sortation and Delivery Process

Contact us today to discuss cost-effective mail sorting solutions for your association’s publication.