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September 6

September 6, 2007

 

Updated Mail Transport Equipment Inventory

 

On September 1, 2007, the 01VM semi-transparent plastic mailbag replaced all but the following items in the Mail Transport Equipment (MTE) inventory:

 

         01VM Semi-transparent mailbag

         12M Priority Mail sack

         20M Express Mail sack

 

This is part of our ongoing effort to reduce the number of MTE inventory items. Facilities and mailers may continue to use mailbag inventory in their possession, but only those items listed above are available for order. 

 

When using 01VM mailbags, remember not to load them above the fill line and to completely close the hook and loop strip around the neck of the sack to contain the contents.  Also, ensure the slide label properly identifies the type of mail in each sack.

 

For more information visit the MTE Web site at usps.com/mailtransportequipment.