Postage optimisation: delivering savings on mailing costs

When you print, fulfil and send your mail, two thirds of the costs are postage – so savings quickly add up. We can help most companies qualify for better tariffs, and can save you up to 25%.

 

In our experience, companies of most sizes can save on postage

  • Working in partnership with your DSA provider, or ours
  • DPS quality testing to avoid Royal Mail surcharges
  • Optimising data, size, frequency and design
  • Consolidated mail to help smaller volume customers

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In postage, small refinements make a big
difference

You’d be surprised how often we can suggest a small tweak that makes our customers’ postage much cheaper. Often, a little detail – like changing the envelope design to allow for a barcode, or making sure 90% of the postcodes are complete – can help you get a better tariff, or avoid surcharges after delivery.

There’s a lot to bear in mind, but this is what we do every day – and we’ve become pretty good at it (even if we do say so ourselves).

 

 

Flexible

If you already have a preferred downstream access (DSA) company, we can work to their specification – or use our relationship with the UK’s leading provider.

Thorough

We’ll confirm everything meets the relevant specifications – including testing your mailing file for postcode DPS completeness – so there are no surprises.

Creative

If you produce small volumes fairly regularly, we might be able to discuss running your mailings alongside other customers – giving you significant savings by using better tariffs.


Experienced

Usually, it only takes a quick look at your template, data and process for us to find areas where you might be able to save. We’re always keen to help.

 

If you’re paying more than you’d like for postage, put us to the test. We love a challenge…

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