May 20, 2015 - USPS approved by PRC to implement new pricing effective May 31by
The US Postal Service has been approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission to implement new pricing that will go into effect May 31, 2015. The new prices will apply to all publications mailed at Periodical and Standard Mail rates.
An automatic update for Interlink Circulation containing new postage statements that reflect updated pricing will be released later this week. Once installed, no further action is required as Circulation knows which rates to apply based on the mailing date of each closed issue.
May 19, 2015 - Interlink office closed Memorial Day
A reminder Interlink offices will be closed Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume normal business hours of 9:00 am – 6:00 pm EDT on Tuesday.
April 16, 2015 - TS Q&A – How do I display additional information on the subscriber list in Circulation?
Q. How do I display additional information on the subscriber list and later return to the default setting?
A. When using Circulation, you may decide you want different information to appear on the subscriber list, such as email address, CASS status, company name, etc. You may select these options from the main menu (highlighted in yellow).
March 28, 2015 - Postal Service delays April 2015 price change
Dear NNA Member,
The U.S. Postal Service has just announced that it will not implement the postage increase for Periodicals and Standard Mail on April 26 as planned.
As you will see in Max Heath’s April Pub Aux column, the Postal Regulatory Commission has twice rejected the proposed prices.
In the latest round, it asked USPS to revise its proposal. Mailers are then permitted 45 days between final acceptance of the rates and the implementation. So the newest rates could not go into effect now until mid-May at the earliest.
We will keep you posted. Below is the USPS announcement.
Postal Service Delays April 2015 Price Change
The Postal Service Governors decided today to delay the implementation of new market-dominant and competitive rates and classification changes until all of our proposed market-dominant changes are approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission (“PRC”). This decision was primarily motivated by a desire to eliminate potential adverse impacts on postal customers that might result from a staggered implementation of our new prices. After considering the complexity of the required programming changes in view of the remand of some of our proposed changes by the Postal Regulatory Committee, the specific complications that our customers might face; the potential cost to the supply chain as a whole of a staggered implementation, the Postal Service has decided to delay implementation until all of our proposed rates and classification changes can be implemented at one time.