The USPS is launching a new site this month to help retailers deal with returns by supporting shipping and returns consolidators that provide delivery for the Postal Service. The USPS said the new site will replace the current Shipping Consolidators site and would go live on September 30th.
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Easier shipping: USPS to replace consolidator site Sept. 30
USPS will introduce a website this month to help businesses serve customers who purchase merchandise online and then decide to return it.
The new USPS Approved Shipping and Returns Consolidators site will go live Sept. 30, replacing the current Shipping Consolidators site.
The revamped site will support shipping and returns consolidators that provide delivery for the Postal Service. This includes parcels that are entered at local Post Offices and delivered to customers’ homes — also known as “last mile” service.