E751 describes the eligibility standards for Parcel Select Parcel Post destination bulk mail center (DBMC), destination sectional center facility (DSCF), and destination delivery unit (DDU) discount rates. It also lists the entry bulk mail center/auxiliary service facilities (BMC/ASFs) parent post offices for DSCF and DBMC discounts.
Parcel Select is destination entry Parcel Post. Destination entry discounts apply to Parcel Post mailings prepared as specified in M041, M045, and M710 and addressed for delivery within the service area of a destination bulk mail center, sectional center facility, or delivery unit where they are deposited by the mailer. For this standard, the following destination facility definitions apply:
a. A destination bulk mail center (DBMC) includes all bulk mail centers (BMCs) and auxiliary service facilities (ASFs) under L601 and L602, and designated sectional center facilities (SCFs) under 5.0.
b. A destination sectional center facility (DSCF) includes all facilities listed under L005. Mail that is prepared on pallets for 5-digit ZIP Codes listed in Exhibit 6.0 must be entered at the BMC shown in the exhibit instead of at the SCF serving the 5-digit ZIP Codes of the delivery addresses appearing on mailpieces unless an exception has been granted under 1.4a. Those 5-digit machinable parcels not required to be entered at a BMC under Exhibit 6.0 and all 3-digit nonmachinable parcels sorted to the 3-digit level and claimed at the DSCF rate must be deposited at an SCF listed in L005.
c. A destination delivery unit (DDU) is a facility that delivers to the addresses appearing on the deposited pieces in a destination entry rate Parcel Post mailing. Refer to the Drop Shipment Product maintained by the National Customer Support Center (NCSC) (see G043) to determine the location of a 5-digit delivery facility. There is a charge for the Drop Shipment Product. When the Drop Shipment Product shows that mail for a single 5-digit ZIP Code area is delivered out of more than one postal facility, use the facility from which the majority of city carrier routes are delivered as the facility at which the DDU mail must be entered, unless the 5-digit ZIP Code is listed in Exhibit 7.0 or Exhibit 8.0. L606 is used only for mailings prepared using the optional 5-digit scheme sort.
For Parcel Select rates, pieces must meet the applicable standards in 1.0 through 6.0 and the following criteria:
a. Pieces may be bedloaded, on pallets, in pallet boxes on pallets, in sacks, or in other authorized containers as specified in 2.0 through 6.0, depending on the facility at which the pieces are deposited.
b. Pieces may not be plant-loaded.
c. Pieces must be part of a single mailing of 50 or more pieces that are eligible for and claimed at any Parcel Post rate. When Parcel Post mailings are submitted under PVDS procedures, mailers may use the total of all line items for all destinations on a PVDS register or PVDS postage statement to meet the 50-piece minimum volume requirement for destination entry rate mailings. This means that a mailer may enter fewer than 50 pieces at an individual destination, provided there is a total of at least 50 Parcel Post pieces for all of the entry points for that single mailing job listed on the PVDS register or PVDS postage statement.
d. Pieces must be deposited at a destination BMC or destination ASF or other equivalent facility, destination SCF, or destination delivery unit, as applicable for the rate claimed and as specified by the USPS.
e. Pieces must be addressed for delivery within the ZIP Code ranges that the applicable entry facility serves.
For DBMC rates, pieces must meet the applicable standards in 1.0 through 6.0 and the following:
a. Pieces must be part of a Parcel Post mailing that is deposited at a BMC or ASF under L601 or L602.
b. Except as provided in Exhibit 1.3, pieces deposited at each BMC or ASF must be addressed for delivery within the ZIP Code range of that facility.
c. Pieces must be within a ZIP Code eligible for DBMC rates under Exhibit 1.3, and if sacked or palletized must be prepared in accordance with M041 and M045 or M710. Mail meeting the additional criteria in 5.0 may be deposited at an SCF.
Exhibit 1.3BMC/ASFDBMC Rate
|Eligible Destination ZIP Codes||Entry Facility|
|005, 068-079, 085-098, 100-119, 124-127||BMC NEW JERSEY NJ 00102|
|010-067, 120-123, 128, 129||BMC SPRINGFIELD MA 05500|
|130-136, 140-149 [Except machinable parcels]||ASF BUFFALO NY 140|
|130-136, 140-168, 260-266, 439-447 [Machinable parcels only or machinable parcels combined with bedloaded nonmachinable parcels]||BMC PITTSBURGH PA 15195|
|150-168, 260-266, 439-447 [Except machinable parcels]||BMC PITTSBURGH PA 15195|
|080-084, 137-139, 169-199||BMC PHILADELPHIA PA 19205|
|200-212, 214-239, 244, 254, 267, 268||BMC WASHINGTON DC 20499|
|240-243, 245-249, 270-297, 376||BMC GREENSBORO NC 27075|
|298, 300-312, 317-319, 350-352, 354-368, 373, 374, 377-379, 398, 399||BMC ATLANTA GA 31195|
|299, 313-316, 320-342, 344, 346, 347, 349||BMC JACKSONVILLE FL 32099|
|369-372, 375, 380-397, 700, 701, 703-705, 707, 708, 713, 714, 716, 717, 719-729||BMC MEMPHIS TN 38999|
|250-253, 255-259, 400-418, 421, 422, 425-427, 430-433, 437, 438, 448-462, 469-474||BMC CINCINNATI OH 45900|
|434-436, 465-468, 480-497||BMC DETROIT MI 48399|
|500-516, 520-528, 612, 680, 681, 683-689||BMC DES MOINES IA 50999|
|498, 499, 540-551, 553-564, 566||BMC MPLS/ST PAUL MN 55202|
|570-577||ASF SIOUX FALLS SD 570|
|565, 567, 580-588||ASF FARGO ND 580|
|590-599, 821||ASF BILLINGS MT 590|
|463, 464, 530-532, 534, 535, 537-539, 600-611, 613||BMC CHICAGO IL 60808|
|420, 423, 424, 475-479, 614-620, 622-631, 633-639||BMC ST LOUIS MO 63299|
|640, 641, 644-658, 660-662, 664-679, 739||BMC KANSAS CITY KS 64399|
|730, 731, 734-738, 740, 741, 743-746, 748, 749||ASF OKLAHOMA CITY OK 730|
|706, 710-712, 718, 733, 747, 750-799, 885||BMC DALLAS TX 75199|
|690-693, 800-816, 820, 822-831, 856, 857||BMC DENVER CO 80088|
|832-834, 836, 837, 840-847, 898, 979||ASF SALT LAKE CTY UT 840|
|850, 852, 853, 855, 859, 860, 863, 864||ASF PHOENIX AZ 852|
|865, 870-875, 877-884||ASF ALBUQUERQUE NM 870|
|889-891, 893, 900-908, 910-928, 930-935||BMC LOS ANGELES CA 90901|
|894, 895, 897, 936-966||BMC SAN FRANCISCO CA 94850|
|835, 838, 970-978, 980-986, 988-994||BMC SEATTLE WA 98000|
For DSCF and DDU rates, pieces must meet the applicable standards in 1.0 through 6.0 and the following criteria:
a. For DSCF rates, be part of a mailing of parcels sorted to 5-digit scheme or 5-digit destinations and deposited at a designated SCF under L005 (or at a BMC under Exhibit 6.0); addressed for delivery within the ZIP Code service area of that SCF under L005; and prepared under M041, M045, or M710. Nonmachinable parcels sorted to 3-digit ZIP Code prefixes and claimed at a DSCF rate must be entered at a designated SCF under L005 and are subject to the surcharge in R700.1.6. For 5-digit ZIP Code areas listed under Exhibit 6.0, mail prepared on pallets must be entered at the corresponding BMC facility shown in that Exhibit (not at the SCF) unless an exception is requested 15 days in advance of the mailing in writing and granted by the Area Manager, Operations Support, having jurisdiction over the BMC and SCF. Exceptions, if granted, will be for a limited time. Mailers must not prepare mail on pallets (including pallet boxes on pallets) for the DSCF rate if the 5-digit delivery facility is unable to handle pallets. Refer to the Drop Shipment Product maintained by the National Customer Support Center (NCSC) (see G043) to determine which 5-digit delivery facilities can handle pallets (including pallet boxes on pallets). There is a charge for the Drop Shipment Product. When the Drop Shipment Product shows that mail for a single 5-digit ZIP Code area is delivered out of more than one postal facility, use the facility where the majority of city carrier routes are located for purposes of determining if the delivery facility can handle pallets, unless the 5-digit ZIP Code is listed in Exhibit 7.0 or Exhibit 8.0. For ZIP Codes in Exhibit 7.0 and Exhibit 8.0 use the name of the facility associated with the 5-digit ZIP Code on the respective exhibit along with the Drop Shipment Product to determine if pallets may be prepared for one of those 5-digit areas.
b. For DDU rates, be part of a Parcel Post mailing prepared in accordance with M041, M045, or M710 and deposited at a designated DDU facility that delivers parcels to the addresses appearing on the pieces. There is no required minimum number of pieces that must be deposited for the DDU rate and no specific preparation requirements; however, the pieces must be part of a mailing of at least 50 Parcel Post rate pieces and must be prepared by 5-digit scheme (optional) and 5-digit sorts. To determine the location for entry of 5-digit scheme sorted pieces, use Column B of L606. To determine the location for entry of 5-digit sorted pieces or whether a 5-digit delivery facility can handle pallets (and pallet boxes), refer to the Drop Shipment Product maintained by the National Customer Support Center (NCSC) (see G043). There is a charge for the Drop Shipment Product. When the Drop Shipment Product shows that mail for a single 5-digit ZIP Code area is delivered out of more than one postal facility, use the facility from which the majority of city carrier routes are delivered as the facility at which the DDU mail must be entered and to determine whether that facility can handle pallets, unless the 5-digit ZIP Code is listed in Exhibit 7.0 or Exhibit 8.0. For ZIP Codes in Exhibit 7.0 and Exhibit 8.0 use the name of the facility associated with the 5-digit ZIP Code on the respective exhibit as the facility at which DDU mail must be entered for that 5-digit ZIP Code. This facility name should be used along with the Drop Shipment Product to determine if that facility can handle pallets. If a DDU facility cannot handle pallets, and a mailer transports mail to the DDU facility on pallets, the driver will have to unload the pallets into a container specified by the delivery unit.
Postage payment for DBMC, DSCF, and DDU rate mail is subject to the same standards that apply generally to Package Services. Except for plant-verified drop shipments (see P950) or metered mail drop shipment (see D072), the mailer must have a meter license or permit imprint authorization at the destination facility parent post office for mailings deposited for entry at a DBMC or ASF, at a destination sectional center facility, or at the parent post office of a destination delivery unit. Postage and fees are paid to the post office that verifies the mailings. The mailer must ensure that Form 8125 accompanies all plant-verified drop shipments.
The DBMC may act as acceptance agent only for its parent post office (see Exhibit 1.6) and only if authorized by Form 4410 for each mailer depositing DBMC entry rate mail.
Exhibit 1.6BMC/ASF Parent Post Offices
|Facility||Parent Post Office||Zone Chart|
|Albuquerque ASF||Albuquerque NM 87101-9998||870|
|Atlanta BMC||Atlanta GA 30304-9998||300|
|Billings ASF||Billings MT 59101-9998||590|
|Buffalo ASF||Buffalo NY 14240-9998||140|
|Chicago BMC||Chicago IL 60607-9998||600|
|Cincinnati BMC||Cincinnati OH 45234-9998||410|
|Dallas BMC||Dallas TX 75260-9998||750|
|Denver BMC||Denver CO 80202-9998||800|
|Des Moines BMC||Des Moines IA 50318-9998||500|
|Detroit BMC||Detroit MI 48233-9998||480|
|Fargo ASF||Fargo ND 58102-9998||580|
|Greensboro BMC||Greensboro NC 27420-9998||270|
|Jacksonville BMC||Jacksonville FL 32203-9998||320|
|Kansas City BMC||Kansas City KS 66106-9998||640|
|Los Angeles BMC||Los Angeles CA 90052-9998||900|
|Memphis BMC||Memphis TN 38101-9998||375|
|Minneapolis BMC||Minneapolis MN 55401-9998||540|
|New Jersey Intl & BMC||Newark NJ 07102-9998||070|
|Oklahoma City ASF||Oklahoma City OK 73125-9998||730|
|Philadelphia BMC||Philadelphia PA 19104-9998||080|
|Phoenix ASF||Phoenix AZ 85026-9998||850|
|Pittsburgh BMC||Pittsburgh PA 15290-9998||150|
|Saint Louis BMC||Saint Louis MO 63155-9998||620|
|Salt Lake City ASF||Salt Lake City UT 84199-9998||840|
|San Francisco BMC||Oakland CA 94615-9998||945|
|Seattle BMC||Seattle WA 98109-9998||980|
|Sioux Falls ASF||Sioux Falls SD 57101-9998||570|
|Springfield BMC||Springfield MA 01101-9998||010|
|Washington BMC||Southern MD 20790-9998||206|
A mailer may present bedloaded DBMC parcels if the mailers vehicle has a road-to-bed height of 50 (±2) inches. If applicable, the mail to be entered at different destinations must be separated to prevent mixing of mailings for deposit at different destinations. DBMC rate mailings may be bedloaded for deposit at BMCs/ASFs and DDU rate mailings may be bedloaded for deposit at DDUs. Refer to the Drop Shipment Product available from the National Customer Support Center (NCSC) (see G043) to determine dock requirements for a DDU facility. (There is a charge for this information.)
DBMC rate mailings (if not bedloaded), DDU rate mailings (if not bedloaded), and all DSCF rate mailings must be prepared as follows:
a. Machinable parcels for which a DBMC, DSCF, or DDU rate is claimed must be sacked under M710 or prepared on pallets under M041 and M045.
b. For DBMC rate, nonmachinable parcels that each weigh 35 pounds or less must be sacked under M710 if the parcels do not contain perishables and the size of the parcels allows a sack to hold at least two pieces. DBMC rate nonmachinable parcels that cannot be sacked in this manner or that weigh more than 35 pounds must be transported as outside (unsacked) pieces. If authorized in advance by the USPS, DBMC rate nonmachinable parcels may be palletized.
c. For DSCF rate, if sacked under M710, must contain at least seven pieces per sack. If the sack is overflow from a 5-digit scheme, 5-digit, or 3-digit sack that contains at least seven pieces, then a sack may contain fewer than seven pieces. For DSCF rate, if sacked under M045 as overflow from a 5-digit scheme, 5-digit, or 3-digit pallet that meets the applicable pallet minimum, may contain any number of pieces. Machinable and nonmachinable pieces may be included in the same sack.
d. For DSCF rate, 5-digit scheme, 5-digit, and 3-digit sacks may be bedloaded or be placed on SCF pallets that are labeled and otherwise prepared under M045.
e. For DSCF rate and DDU rate, nonmachinable parcels may be palletized (including pallet boxes on pallets). Nonmachinable parcels may be combined with machinable parcels on 5-digit scheme, 5-digit, and 3-digit pallets (including pallet boxes on pallets) claimed at DSCF or DDU rates under M041 and M045.
f. For DDU rate, there are no minimums for sacks, pallets, or pallet boxes on pallets. DDU rate mail must be separated by 5-digit scheme and 5-digit (even if bedloaded) and, if placed in sacks or on pallets (including boxes on pallets), it must be properly labeled to the 5-digit scheme or 5-digit destination. Machinable and nonmachinable pieces may be combined in 5-digit scheme and 5-digit sacks or on 5-digit scheme and 5-digit pallets (including pallet boxes).
The mailer must transport the PVDS mailing from the place where it was verified to the destination postal facility (BMC, SCF, or delivery unit), appropriate to the mailing and the rate claimed.
Drop shipments are freight until deposited and accepted as mail at the destination facility. The mailer may request use of a numbered PVDS band seal to secure mailer vehicles transporting plant-verified drop shipments.
Destination entry rate mail must be verified under a PVDS system (P950) or be presented for verification and acceptance at a BMEU located at a destination BMC, destination sectional center facility, or other designated destination postal facility. Only PVDS mailings may be deposited at a destination delivery unit not co-located with a post office or other postal facility having a BMEU. When presented to the USPS, destination entry mailings must meet the following requirements:
a. Each piece of DBMC, DSCF, or DDU rate Parcel Post must be marked as specified in M012 and M710.
b. Separation by zone for DBMC rate mailings is required only for permit imprint mailings of identical-weight pieces that are not mailed using a postage payment system under P910, P920, or P930 or not mailed under M710.1.4.
c. Each mailing must be separated from other mailings for verification. For PVDS, destination entry rate mailings for deposit at one destination postal facility must be separated from mailings for deposit at other facilities to allow for reconciliation with each accompanying Form 8125, 8125-C, or 8125-CD.
d. Mail must be separated from freight transported on the same vehicle.
e. If Periodicals mail is on the same vehicle as Parcel Post, then the Periodicals mail should be loaded toward the tail of the vehicle so that, for each destination entry, Periodicals mail can be offloaded first.
f. Form 8125, 8125-C, or 8125-CD must accompany all PVDS mailings.
The DBMC may verify and accept mail if authorized by Form 4410 to act as agent for the parent post office where the mailer's account or license is held.
Appointments must be made for destination entry rate mail as follows:
a. Except for local mailers, for shipments containing 100% Periodicals mail, and for mailings of perishable commodities (C022) under 4.5, appointments for deposit of destination entry rate mail at BMCs, ASFs, and SCFs must be scheduled through the appropriate appointment control center at least one day in advance. Same day appointments may be granted by a control center on the basis of a telephone request. All appointments for BMC loads must be scheduled by the appropriate BMC control center. Appointments for SCFs and ASFs must be scheduled through the appropriate district control center. Appointments may be made up to thirty (30) calendar days prior to a desired appointment date. Mailers must comply with the scheduled mail deposit time and location. The mailer must cancel any appointment by notifying the appropriate control center at least a day in advance of a scheduled appointment time.
b. Electronic appointments may be made by mailers/agents using a USPS-issued computer logon ID. Electronic appointments or cancellations must be made at least 12 hours prior to the desired time and date. All information required by the USPS appointment system regarding a mailing must be furnished.
c. For deposit of DDU mailings, an appointment must be made by contacting the DDU at least 24 hours in advance. If the appointment must be canceled, a mailer must notify the DDU at least a day in advance of a scheduled appointment. Recurring (standing) appointments will be allowed if shipment frequency is weekly or more often.
d. When Periodicals are transported together with Standard Mail or Package Services as a mixed load (E250), an appointment must be obtained for deposit at a destination entry facility.
Exceptions are as follows:
a. The scheduling standard in 4.4 does not apply when a mailer deposits mailings for verification and acceptance at the local post office serving the facility where the mail was prepared, if the mailings are not verified under a plant load authorization or plant-verified drop shipment postage payment system authorization. Under this exception, the mailer may claim the DBMC rates for mailings or portions of such mailings deposited at the local post office if the local post office is the DBMC/ASF or designated SCF that meets the application standards.
b. Exceptions to the scheduling standard are made for shipments of products recognized by the Postal Service as perishables under C020. While an appointment is not required for shipments of perishables, the destination facility must be notified at least 24 hours in advance of deposit to facilitate timely handling of the load.
c. No appointment is required for shipments containing 100% Periodicals mail, nor is notification to the destination facility of their arrival required. An advance notice of 24 hours is recommended to facilitate the development of facility unloading schedules.
With the exception of mail deposited under 1.3e, a mailer may be directed to transport destination entry rate mailings to a facility other than the designated DDU, SCF, or BMC due to facility restrictions, building expansions, peak season mail volumes, or emergency constraints.
A mailer must schedule deposit of destination rate mailings at least 24 hours in advance by contacting the proper district, BMC control center, or destination delivery unit. Appointments at delivery units must be made by calling the delivery unit at least 24 hours in advance. Appointments for ASFs, SCFs, or for any multistop loads must be made through the USPS district control center. Appointments for BMC loads must be scheduled by the proper BMC control center. When making an appointment, or as soon as available, the mailer must provide the control center or DDU with the following information:
a. Mailers name and address and telephone number of the mailers agent or local contact.
b. Description of what is being mailed, product name, number of mailings, volume of mail, how prepared, and whether containerized (e.g., pallets). For DDU entries, the mailer also must provide the 5-digit ZIP Code(s) of the mail being deposited.
c. Where the mailing was verified.
d. Postage payment method.
e. Requested date and destination facility for mailing.
f. Vehicle identification number, size, and type.
Deposit of mail also is subject to these conditions:
a. Destination facilities may refuse mailings that are unscheduled or late (i.e., if vehicles arrive more than 2 hours after the scheduled appointment at ASFs, BMCs, or SCFs and more than 20 minutes late at delivery units). If a mailing is refused, a mailer is permitted to make a new appointment.
b. A mailer may request recurring appointments, renewable for a 6-month period, by writing to the BMC control center or the district control center that administers the service area in which the destination facility is located. The mailer must present comparable mailings (by product and volume) on a consistent frequency of at least once a week. Failure to adhere to scheduled appointment procedures can cause revocation of the recurring appointment.
c. Drop and pick procedures may be approved by the BMC for Parcel Post mailers only. The BMC specifies the time limit for vehicle retrieval.
Recurring refers to a drop shipment that is delivered to a destination office with a frequency of at least once a week on the same time and day(s). Mailings must be of a comparable product in terms of mail class, size, volume, and containerization (pallets, pallet boxes, etc.). A request to establish recurring appointments must be written on company letterhead to the postal facility manager/postmaster. The drop shipment appointment control office/postmaster will respond to all requests within 10 days. Recurring appointments may be made for a period not to exceed 6 months. Thereafter, a new application must be submitted to ensure that up-to-date mailer information is on file. Written request for an additional 6 months may be made within 60 days prior to the expiration of a current arrangement. Failure to adhere to scheduled appointments or other abuse of the procedures will result in revocation of recurring appointment privileges. Requests for recurring appointments must include the following:
a. Name, address, and telephone number of the mailer.
b. Transportation agent's name (contact person) and telephone number(s).
c. Mail volume and preparation (trays/sacks/parcels).
e. Size and type of trailer(s) transporting mail.
Unloading of destination entry mailings is subject to these conditions:
a. Properly prepared containerized loads (e.g., pallets) are unloaded by the USPS at BMCs, ASFs, and SCFs. The USPS does not unload or permit the mailer (or mailer agent) to unload palletized loads that are unstable or severely leaning or that have otherwise not maintained their integrity in transit.
b. The driver must unload bedloaded shipments within 8 hours of arrival at BMCs, ASFs, and SCFs. Combination containerized and bedloaded drop shipment mailings are classified as bedloaded shipments for unload times. The USPS may assist in unloading.
c. At delivery units, the driver must unload all mail, whether bedloaded, sacked, or palletized (including pallet boxes on pallets) within 1 hour of arrival. If pallets (including pallet boxes on pallets) are stacked, the driver is required to unload, unstack, and unstrap them. If a DDU facility cannot handle pallets, and a mailer transports mail to the DDU facility on pallets, the driver must unload the pallets into a container specified by the delivery unit. The driver may be required to place bedloaded pieces in containers provided by the delivery unit in order to maintain separation by 5-digit ZIP Codes or to place containerized mail so as to maintain the separation of 5-digit ZIP Codes.
d. When driver unloading is required, the driver or assistant must stay with and continue to unload the vehicle once at the dock.
e. The driver must remove the vehicle from USPS property after unloading. The driver and assistant are not permitted in USPS facilities except the dock and designated driver rest area.
The USPS is not responsible for demurrage or detention charges incurred by a mailer who presents destination rate mailings.
Mailers who believe that they are denied equitable treatment may appeal to the manager, Customer Service (district), responsible for the destination postal facility.
A postage statement must accompany each destination entry rate mailing. Any other documentation must be submitted as required by the standards for the rate claimed or the postage payment method used.
A mailing that is otherwise eligible for the DBMC rate may be deposited and accepted at an SCF designated by the USPS when it benefits the USPS and:
a. The mailing contains only machinable parcels prepared in 5-digit scheme and 5-digit sacks, pallets, or containers and nonmachinable parcels prepared under 2.2.
b. All DBMC rate parcels are for delivery within the service area of the SCF at which they are deposited by the mailer.
c. Postage on all parcels deposited at the SCF is computed using the zone chart for that postal facility.
d. The marking required by M710 contains the correct information.
e. The mailer is directed to deposit the mailing at that SCF by the district control center in whose area is located the BMC or ASF where the DBMC parcels would otherwise be deposited.
DSCF rate mail prepared on pallets (including pallet boxes on pallets) that is for a 5-digit ZIP Code listed in Exhibit 6.0 must be entered at the corresponding BMC facility listed on that exhibit instead of at the DSCF unless an exception has been granted under 1.4a. Sacked DSCF rate mail for the 5-digit ZIP Codes in Exhibit 6.0 must be entered at the DSCF.
Exhibit 6.0BMC Deposit of DSCF Rate Pallets
|BMC||Destination ZIP Code|
|ATLANTA|| 30006-08, 30-37, 60-69, 71,
30305-07, 19, 24, 28-29, 38, 40-42, 45-46, 59, 60, 62-63, 66, 76
60016-17, 19, 25, 53, 56, 68, 70, 76-77
60103, 05-07, 20-23, 31, 33, 60-65, 76
60409, 11-12, 15, 22, 25, 30-36, 38-41, 46, 53-59, 62-65, 67, 73, 77-78, 82, 90
60504-05, 15-17, 21-23, 25-26, 40, 42, 63-68, 98, 99
60601, 05, 08-60, 67, 81, 90, 93-94
80001-19, 32, 40-42, 44, 46-47
80110-15, 20-30, 50-56, 60-63, 65-67
80215, 21-22, 24-29, 31-33, 35-37, 41, 51
|DETROIT|| 48007, 21, 25-26, 34, 37,
45, 46, 66-73, 75-76, 80-84, 86, 89, 91-93, 98-99
48103-04, 06-09, 11-13, 20-28, 30, 34, 41, 50-54, 61-62, 70, 74, 80, 82-88, 92, 95, 97-98
48204, 20-21, 27-28, 35
48310-18, 40, 42, 43, 97
|JACKSONVILLE|| 31520-25, 27
32003, 65, 67, 73, 80, 84-86, 91-92, 95
32205, 07, 10-11, 16, 20-21, 24-25, 30, 36, 38-39, 45, 47, 54, 77
32901-12, 19, 22-32, 34-37, 40-41, 51-56, 58-69, 76-78
33427-29, 31-34, 54, 60-67, 81, 86-88, 96-99
34101-06, 08-10, 12-14, 16-17, 19-20
34945-51, 54, 79-82, 94-97
|KANSAS CITY|| 64013-15, 50-51, 55-56, 58
64116-19, 51, 53-54, 57-61, 63-64, 67, 88, 90
|LOS ANGELES||90220-23, 40-42, 80|
|MEMPHIS|| 38018, 88
38115, 18, 25, 33-35, 38-39, 41, 75, 81, 83-84, 93, 95
19111, 14-16, 19-20, 24, 28, 34-37, 40, 44, 49, 52, 54-55, 60
|ST. LOUIS|| 62002, 40
63005-06, 11, 17, 21-22, 24, 31-34, 42-45, 74
63104-41, 43-44, 46-47, 51, 57-58
|SAN FRANCISCO|| 93921-23
94002-03, 10-12, 22-28, 30, 35, 39-43, 59, 61-65, 70, 85-89
94503, 06, 13, 15-16, 18-24, 26-27, 29, 33, 35-45, 55-56, 58-61, 63, 70, 74-75, 77-81, 83, 85, 89-99
94801-04, 06-08, 20, 50
|SEATTLE||98002-04, 23, 31, 35, 63-64, 92-93|
For ZIP Codes in Exhibit 7.0 use the name of the facility associated with the 5-digit ZIP Code in that exhibit as the facility at which DDU rate mail for that 5-digit ZIP Code must be entered and, for both DDU and DSCF mail, to determine whether that 5-digit facility can handle pallets. See 1.1 and 1.3.
Exhibit 7.0Delivery Facility Exceptions to the
Majority of City Carriers
This listing identifies 5-digit ZIP Codes that are exceptions to the majority of city carriers rule that is used to determine the parcel facility for a 5-digit ZIP Code in instances where a ZIP Code is served by multiple facilities. The name of the primary facility for parcel delivery is listed beside each 5-digit ZIP Code. Additional information about the facility including drop ship address and whether the facility can handle a pallet is included in the Drop Shipment Product. At a future date this list will be available in the Drop Shipment Product.
|ZIP Code||Facility Name||Drop Site Key|
|92693||San Juan Capistrano||PZ22821|
|04402||Eastern Maine Carrier Annex||4V24870|
|10583||Scarsdale Main Post Office||PV15954|
|19136||Holmesburg Carrier Unit||SX18929|
|23521||L C Page||SX26952|
|98223||Smokey Point Branch||SZ17464|
|98375||South Hill Annex||BZ17481|
|98687||East Vancouver DCU||4Z18088|
For ZIP Codes in Exhibit 8.0 use the name of the facility associated with the 5-digit ZIP Code in that exhibit as the facility at which DDU rate mail for that 5-digit ZIP Code must be entered and, for both DDU and DSCF mail, to determine whether that 5-digit facility can handle pallets. See 1.1 and 1.3.
Exhibit 8.0Delivery Facilities Different From
Those in the Drop Shipment Product
[7-8-04] [3-4-04] [1-22-04] Parcel Post mailings for the ZIP Codes shown must be deposited at the facilities listed in order to qualify for destination delivery unit rates. The listing identifies 5-digit ZIP Codes and facilities that are different from the ones indicated in the Drop Shipment Product for letters and flats. At a future date this information will be available in the Drop Shipment Product.
|ZIP Codes Served||Destination Delivery Unit Location||Drop Site Key|
|99702||Fairbanks, 5400 Mail Trail, Fairbanks, AK 99709-9998||SZ10189|
|92684||Westminster, 15030 Goldenwest Circle, Westminster, CA 92685-9998||PZ23848|
|94102-05, 07, 08, 10, 11, 14, 16, 18, 21-26, 28-30, 40, 41, 46, 47, 59, 64||Napolean Street Parcel Post Annex, 180 Napolean Street, San Francisco, CA 94124-9711||SZ22122|
|34278||Manasota P&DC, 850 Tallevast Road, Sarasota, FL 34243-3249||EY22324|
|20852||Rockville, 500 N Washington Street, Rockville, MD 20850-9998||PV24288|
| 02115, 16, 38, 39, 63
|Parcel Post Annex, 647 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210||G000941|
|02456, 59, 61, 64-66, 68, 95||Newtonville Post Office, 897 Washington Street, Newtonville, MA 02460-9998||BV22179|
|39563||Pascagoula, 911 Jackson Avenue, Pascagoula, MS 39567-9998||PY14174|
|55102||Saint Paul, 180 Kellogg Blvd. E., Saint Paul, MN 55101-9997||PY26254|
|59401, 04, 05, 14||Great Falls Annex, 1409 14th Street SW, Great Falls, MT 59404-9998||EZ13197|
|08837||Edison, 2101 State Route 27, Edison, NJ 08817||PV10401|
| 10001-07, 09, 10-14, 16, 18, 19, 23-25,
36, 38, 41, 60, 69, 90, 95, 98
10102-07, 10, 14, 17-23, 25, 32, 33, 38, 57, 58, 60, 99
10211-13, 65, 69-71, 73, 75, 77-82
|Central Parcel Post Facility, 341 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10199-9991||EV19160|
|10017, 21, 22, 28, 44, 55
10126, 28, 30, 31, 51-55, 62, 64-78
|FDR Station, 909 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10022-9998||V13429|
|Church Street Station, 380 W 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001-9998||SV12586|
|Times Square Station, 340 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036-9998||SV16531|
|10026||Manhattanville Station, 365 W 125th Street, New York, NY 10027-9998||SV14509|
|10029, 30, 31, 35, 37, 39||East Side Parcel Post Annex, 500 E 132nd Street, Bronx, NY 10454-4619||G000083|
|10032, 33, 34||Fort George Station, 4558 Broadway, New York, NY 10040-9998||SV13396|
|10043, 79, 81, 87
|JAF, 441 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001-9998||SV14060|
|10156||Murray Hill Finance Station, 115 E 34th Street, New York, NY 10016||SV14818|
|10451||Highbridge Station, 1315 Inwood Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452-9998||SV13862|
|10461||Soundview, 1687 Gleason Avenue, Bronx, NY 10472-9998||SV16156|
|10603, 05||White Plains, 100 Fisher Avenue, White Plains, NY 10601-1953||PV17010|
|10803, 04||New Rochelle, 255 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801-9998||PV14957|
|11101-06, 09||Long Island City Parcel Post Annex, 4310 10th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101-9998||SV15304|
|11354, 58, 67||Flushing Main Office, 4165 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355-9998||SV14481|
|11360, 62, 63||Bayside Annex, 41-29 216th Street, Flushing, NY 11361-9998||4V12091|
|11374, 78, 85||Woodside Post Office, 3925 61st Street, Flushing, NY 11377-9998||SV17090|
|13088|| Bayberry Station, 7608 Oswego
Road, Bayberry Plaza,
Liverpool, NY 13090
|15201||Bloomfield, 5182 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224-9998||SX17251|
|15223||Glenshaw, 1541 Butler Park Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15116-9998||PX18635|
|15225||Woods Run Annex, 2840 New Beaver Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233-9998||4X1C586|
|15240||Oakland, 347 S. Bouquet Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-9998||SX1A281|
|15244||Greentree, 770 Trumbull Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15220||BX18723|
|17735||Canton, 55 Troy Street, Canton, PA 17724-9998||PX17496|
|00901, 08, 20, 21, 34, 68||GPO, 585 Ave FD Roosevelt, San Juan, PR 00936-9998||PV17274|
|00925, 27||Cupey Station, 369 Ave San Claudio, Cupey, PR 00926-9998||SV18853|
|00956, 57||Bayamon, 100 Ave Ramon L. Rodriguez, Bayamon, PR 00959-9998||BV17152|
|29632, 34||Clemson Post Office, 519 College Avenue, Clemson, SC 29631||PX23702|
|37616||Chuckey, 8140 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy, Chuckey, TN 37641-9998||PX25010|
|37625||Main Post Office, 1116th Street, Bristol, TN 37621-9998||PX24953|
|98057||Renton Main Office, 17200 116th Avenue SE, Renton, WA 98058-9998||PZ17357|
|98907||Yakima Main, 205 W. Washington Avenue, Yakima, WA 98903-9998||PZ17764|
|98405||Tacoma General Carrier Facility, 3825 S. Warner Street, Tacoma, WA 98409-9998||SZ18343|
DMM Issue 58 Updated 12-9-04