- carrier sequence barcode sorter
- carrier sequence barcode sorter (CSBCS) - An automated machine that sorts an individual carrier's mail, allowing the mail to go directly from the automation equipment in delivery sequence to the carrier for delivery to postal customers. The CSBCS is a smaller BCS designed for delivery units with 10 or more routes.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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