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presort

[prē′sȯrt]
(computer science)
The first part of a sort program in which data items are arranged into strings that are equal to or greater than some prescribed length.
The sorting of data on off-line equipment before it is processed by a computer.
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Recognizing that nearly every newspaper could benefit from improved mailed delivery, Interlink now offers True Newspaper Mail, the industry's only news paper specific presort system based entirely on cloud technologies.
NYSE: PBI) has acquired the presort operations of Ohio, US-based Miller's Presort to expand operations in Cleveland area, the company said.
Presort Services Parcel Services Pitney Bowes has expanded its presort service offerings to include parcels, enabling clients to leverage the power of the Pitney Bowes Presort Services national network of operating centers to reduce parcel shipping costs and streamline operations.
As a well-respected and seasoned professional, he had a vision for a presort business offering an exceptional customer experience.
Presort First Class works hand in hand with the USPS, is closely involved with mailing industry organizations, and also provides education back to its customers.
Even before the material hits the starscreen, the C&D material has been through a presort where the excavator operators are pulling out oversized steel and concrete, long wire, couches, mattresses and the like before the remainder is fed into a pre-grinder to be brought down to a 2-foot-minus.
Ideal for break-pack, pre-pick, presort and less than full case direct-to-store applications, these durable distribution boxes easily open and close and can be reused hundreds of times.
That's why the 41-year-old entrepreneur started International Presort of America Inc.
This type of circuitry, called a neural network, can handle data on such luggage features as size, shape and weight without having to presort the information, yielding more accurate decisions about which suitcases may contain bombs, Shea says.
Innovations and new technologies in presort and mail logistics have created an environment in which organizations can rely on Standard Mail for greater accuracy, integrity, tracking, and predictable delivery dates for their direct mail campaigns," said Jim Perkins, senior vice president, Presort Services, Pitney Bowes.
This acquisition combined with recent innovations in mailing and shipping for SMB clients, organic growth of our Global Ecommerce business, and expansion of our presort and parcel services network definitively anchors Pitney Bowes in a growing space and vastly increases the value we can deliver for our clients.
Louis Presort, a comprehensive direct mail and presort services company, recently changed its name to Presort.