Postal Scales and Meters Provide Accurate Costs
With postal scales and meters, you can save time and money by determining the exact amount of postage on oversized envelopes and small packages, and print off the postage instead of searching for the total amount in stamps. Keeping a supply of postage labels and replacement ink cartridges in stock makes it easy to print postage without sending the intern out to buy stamps or supplies. In the warehouse, you can save money by sending small packages through the mail instead of with other carriers, and a scale helps you decide the most cost effective shipping method.
Place a Postage Scale and Meter in the Warehouse
Cut down on your shipping costs by putting postage scales and meters in the warehouse for workers to find the cheapest method of sending out small, light-weight packages. Quill carries Brecknell and DYMO scales so you're not left guessing the weight of the package and the necessary amount of postage. Knowing the exact cost of shipping ensures you can save every penny when shipping items. Postage scales come in varied sizes to measure the weight of a package up to 400 pounds, and the digital display makes the amount clear. After deciding to ship a package out through the postal service, staff can use a postage meter to print postage quickly and set it aside for pickup by the regular postal service.
Save Money on Your Next Sales Campaign
When your sales department wants to send out catalogs, fliers and samples to the top 100 customers, postage scales and meters ensure it can easily weigh one completed package, and then print out the exact amount of postage for all the others. With a supply of postage meter labels, staff can quickly print off the required postage and affix it to odd-shaped packages that don't easily slide through the meter. Keep a couple of ink replacement cartridges in the sales department and supply closet so you can always print postage and avoid a trip to the local post office for stamps.
All Departments Need Access to Postage Scales and Meters
With a postage scale and meter, you can forget the days of scrambling around in desk drawers for stamps. Your accounting department can print out invoices and postage each day without waiting on a new roll of stamps. If an envelope looks a little thick, quickly drop it on the scale to find out the correct amount needed to mail it and ensure it isn't returned for insufficient postage. Keep a postage scale and meter in the common area for times when the graphics department needs to send a flash drive to the printers or the marketing department needs to send out invitations to an open house.