U.S. Postal Service to Maintain Current Product and Service Prices

Oct. 1, 2014-–The Governors of the U.S. Postal Service have decided not to seek a price change for mail and shipping products and services in January in part because of the uncertainty regarding the exigent price increase.  This means that the current pricing of postal products and services will remain in effect through the holiday season and early part of 2015.  The Board will continue to evaluate pricing strategies and will communicate about any potential price change filings in early ..read more

Capitol Presort Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

To our Customers:

On September 8, 2003, Capitol Presort first began it’s operations. In forming this company, our goal was to provide the best possible service at a reasonable price.  As many of you know, we opened our doors with no clients and not a single piece of mail in the facility. Today, we have grown to be one of the largest presort companies within Pennsylvania and the Mid Atlantic Region.  As we celebrate our 10 year anniversary, we would like ..read more

Capitol Presort President discusses move to a new facility

Dear Customers,

I wanted to inform you that Capitol Presort has moved its operations to a new location in Harrisburg. We are now operating in a 50,000 square foot, air conditioned facility which is just a few blocks from our old building and the USPS facility in Harrisburg. This new location allows us to have both our letter and flat sorting operations under one roof. We believe this will provide efficiencies which will allow us to provide even greater service to our ..read more

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