Scanning snapshot. The Postal Service’s national scanning rating slipped to 96.71 percent during the week ending May 1, down from 96.81 percent one week earlier.
Among the seven areas, Western led with a rating of 97.08 percent and Southern finished second with 97.07 percent, while Capital Metro broke into the top three at 96.84 percent.
The leader among the 67 districts was Dakotas (98.89 percent), followed by Hawkeye (98.24 percent) and San Francisco (98.11 percent).
The biggest gainer among the districts: No. 62-ranked Los Angeles, which clocked in with a rating of 94.41 percent, an improvement of more than 2 percentage points from the previous week.
Scanning data allows customers to track their mail and packages, which helps USPS deliver excellent service, boost loyalty and drive revenue.
To see the latest data, go to the Informed Visibility website and select “Customer Experience,” followed by “DES 2 Scan Performance.”
Award nomination. The Postal Service was nominated last month for a 2020 Licensing International Excellence Award, an annual program that honors companies and organizations that license their logos, brands and other intellectual property for commercial products.
This is the first time USPS has been nominated for a licensing award. The organization was nominated in the newcomer category for its efforts to license the postal logo on apparel and other merchandise.
Winners will be announced later this year.
Great news. The Postal Service recently mailed Great Lakes Area Update’s latest issue to employees in the area.
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