Bigger USPS mailboxes now available

Bigger USPS mailboxes now available

The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced that its customers can now purchase bigger mailboxes that accommodate larger packages delivered by USPS. The bigger boxes are, of course, part of the USPS plan to grow its package delivery business and maximise revenue from the e-commerce sector.

Ordering information is available on the  usps.com mailbox page.

Manufacturers introduced the boxes in June after USPS approved new standards last year. The standards apply only to curbside boxes, not mailboxes made for door delivery service.

The Postal Service approved the standards after testing boxes that are 7 inches high, 13 inches wide and 16 inches deep.

 

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