APC Postal Logistics has developed a specialized service for the international distribution of periodicals, journals, and magazines. APC combines direct injection, national foreign postal administrations, and USPS consolidation to help reduce costs and shorten delivery times.
We offer publication mailers real advantages. Our overseas agents will update addresses and postal codes, as needed, and even contact your subscribers directly to coordinate delivery times or specific room numbers.
Each title is evaluated for piece weight, size, and destination country to create a unique routing program for optimal delivery efficiency and speed.
Transit times will average 7 – 14 business days, worldwide.
APC Postal Logistics has implemented quality control measures to ensure that your publications arrive at our facility as scheduled, are processed efficiently, are dispatched within 24 hours of receipt, and delivered to your subscribers as quickly as possible.
Our web-based MagTrack tracking system can provide valuable insight to delivery times around the world. Our interactive program enables publishers to produce reports that detail delivery times to all countries.
Visibility and reporting
Publishers will receive verification of each shipment indicating the pick up date from the printer or lettershop, date of arrival at APC, date material exits the United States, and the date of posting in each country.
Chain of custody
A chain of custody approach is employed throughout our sorting process to capture and track the movement of each individual shipment. All mailbags leaving our facility are manifested according to the individual foreign postal administration and are tracked all the way through to their destination countries.
A good address is essential to effective delivery. APC Postal Logistics can provide a complete data hygiene service for your international mailing list. Address hygiene helps improve mail delivery, reduces costs caused by bad addresses, and can enable us to presort your file to obtain lower postage rates. Upon completion, publishers will receive a report that details the number of records processed and corrected.