Fort Wayne's Mail Processing May Go To South Bend

By Scott Sarvay

Fort Wayne's Mail Processing May Go To South Bend

April 29, 2011 Updated Apr 29, 2011 at 11:22 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The U.S. Postal Service plans to conduct a study at the Fort Wayne Processing and Distribution Facility for possible consolidation of some operations into the South Bend Processing and Distribution Center.

The study involves a review of the mail processing and transportation operations to determine capacity needs at a facility in order to increase efficiency and improve productivity.

The need for the study comes as the Postal Service has seen a 20 percent decline in mail volume since 2007.

The Postal Service expects that when the economy fully recovers the public will likely not increase their use of the mail system.

A public meeting will be held to allow members of the community to ask questions and provide feedback. This input will be considered in the final proposal.

If you’d like to make a comment you may submitted it to: Consumer Affairs Manager, 3939 Vincennes Road, Indianapolis, IN 46298-9631.

All comments will be fully considered in any decision.




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