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Feb 10, 2010 12:00 AM
Pitney Bowes Inc. (Stamford, CT) and Newark, NJ, mayor Cory A. Booker announce Pitney Bowes has selected Newark as the site for its expanded mail services operations in New Jersey and will open a new International Mail Distribution Center there next month. The relocation and expansion will bring 180 jobs to Newark, and is expected to create an additional 25 jobs in New Jersey's largest city over the next few years.
Pitney Bowes Mail Services is the nation's largest provider of presort services, aggregating outbound mail from many organizations. It is also one of the nation's largest providers of international mail services, allowing outbound international mail to get to its destination faster and at lower cost to the mailer.
The new facility, located in Newark's Enterprise Zone at 158 Mt.
Olivet Ave., comprises approximately 76,000 sq. ft. of space.
When modifications to the site are complete, the site will
have 64,000 sq. ft. of production space, and approximately 12,000
sq. ft. of office space, all air conditioned and operating on a
24/7 basis. It is estimated the new facility will process 50
million pieces of international mail per year.
See our related story here: http://americanprinter.com/news/syndicate/pitney-bowes-mailing-centers-0407.