bulk mail center container


bulk mail center container
bulk mail center container - A tall, four-sided container made of steel or aluminum with wheels. This type of mail equipment is used to transport parcels and bulk mail between postal facilities. It is used in automated processing systems at bulk mail centers.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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