Mail Count Credit for International Scans

THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’
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The attachments address the Postal Services position on scanning International Scans. The NRLCA received several calls related to instructions by management to not scan certain International pieces of mail depending on the letter the scan started with.



Postal Headquarters has sent email messages out to the field that supports the position on the two attachments that requires rural carriers to scan ALL International mail pieces. The carriers need to scan each International piece with a barcode regardless of the letter or number that it begins with. If any manager refuses to allow scans on International mail, please contact your assigned steward or your District Representative.

 

Click here to view the International Scans Stand-Up Talk. 
Click here to view the International Scanning A-Z document.