Automated Business Mail Processing System


Automated Business Mail Processing System
Automated Business Mail Processing System (ABMPS)  - A system in which the address on a customer's business reply mail is translated into a barcode - that is, a series of small vertical bars printed in the lower right corner of the mailpiece. The system permits identification and sorting by high-speed automated equipment.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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