The USPS IMB deadline is finally here.
Are you like so many others? You waited on the deadline to be rescheduled yet again? Now is the time to get your Cheshire Label jobs compliant with the IMB regulation!
Cheshire Labels have been a mainstay.
Chances are that you have been printing mailing labels and customer documents on that trusty old impact printer. Haven’t given it much thought for a long time. It’s been producing POSTNET barcodes just fine.
Does your Cheshire Label Printer work with IMB® Intelligent Mail® barcodes?
Can you continue to use affordable, tough impact printers and honor the new barcode requirements?
YES, with these great new printers shown below that fully support IMB® Intelligent Mail® barcodes.
New Printronix and TallyGenicom IMB-Capable Printers
Printronix and TallyGenicom line impact printers with speeds of 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 lines per minute in 14 7/8″ width output
New Tally by Dascom IMB-Capable Printers
YES! If your Cheshire Label batch volume was running fine on an old 500 LPM line per minute printer or a tabletop dot matrix unit, move that job to a tough Tally by Dascom tabletop dot matrix printer.
Tally 4347-i08 or -i10;
Tally Dascom 2365HD
Tally Dascom 2380 produce up to 1000 characters per second in 14 7/8″ width output
New MicroPlex IMB-Capable Laser Printers
Thinking of moving to LASER for producing IMB Intelligent Mail output?
Get a quote and a discussion going today on your impact printer and programming needs.
From the USPS website:
“Intelligent Mail® products and services use machine readable codes, such as barcodes, to uniquely identify mail.This enables large mailers to follow the progress of their mail through the many stages of processing all the way to delivery. This information can help businesses better manage their resources, reduce operating and marketing expenses, adapt to market conditions, increase efficiencies, and be more responsive to customers. “
The following are among the trademarks owned by the United States Postal Service:
Confirm®, DMM®, First-Class Mail®, Intelligent Mail®, OneCode Vision®, OneCode ACS™, OneCode Confirm™. OneCode Solution™, PLANET® Barcode, PLANET Code®, Postal Service™, POSTNET™, Standard Mail®, United States Postal Service®, U.S. Postal Service™, USPS®, ZIP+4® Code, and ZIP Code™.
This is not a comprehensive list of all Postal Service trademarks.