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MailStream Plus - Where does the destination information for Periodical Flat OMX Pallet Labels come from when a presort is done?

Product Feature: USPS / Postal






 
The Domestic Mail Manual (DMM) gives the directions for how to prepare pallets and where to label them to.  
The DMM can be found at pe.usps.gov

8.10.2 is for Periodicals—Bundles, Sacks, or Trays
Bundles of Periodicals flats on pallets can be labeled OMX or MADC must us the either L201 or L009 - how to use either L201 or L009 listed below:
 
  1. Origin Mixed ADC (OMX) Pallet optional for sacks and trays; allowed with no minimum and required at 100 pounds of mail for bundles of flats. Bundles of flats totaling less than 100 pounds in weight must be sacked if not palletized. Pallet may contain carrier route, automation price, and presorted
  2. Line 1: Use the destination information shown in L201, Column C for mail entered at the corresponding entry Post Offices in L201, Column A
  1.  Mixed ADC,optional for sacks and trays, allowed with no minimum and required at 100 pounds of mail for bundles of flats. Bundles of flats totaling less than 100 pounds in weight must be sacked if not palletized. Pallet may contain carrier route, automation price, or presorted price mail. Pallets must not contain sacks, trays or bundles that should be properly placed on the origin mixed ADC (OMX) pallet. Labeling:
  2.   MXD” followed by the city, state, and ZIP Code information for facility serving 3-digit ZIP Code prefix of entry Post Office as shown in L009, Column A
UPDATED:  October 19, 2017