Mailpiece Quality Control


Mailpiece Quality Control
Mailpiece Quality Control (MQC)  - A self-paced training program available to anyone who wants to learn more about mailpiece sizes, proper addressing, barcoding requirements, and other USPS regulations. The information in this self-study course will prove helpful to mailers, printers, and businesses that design mailpieces and present them to the USPS for processing and delivery.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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