Bulk Mail Partner Program

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The Bulk Mail Partner (BMP) program is a recognition scheme designed by Australia Post (AP) in conjunction with the Major Mail Users of Australia (MMUA).

 

BMP recognises mail houses who have invested in processes to make mail lodgement more efficient and effective.

 

The scheme has its roots in the AP/MMUA Code of Practice, which aims to encourage a total quality culture within the mailing industry.  Application for BMP status is open to all mail houses.

 

To become a Bulk Mail Partner, Quickmail has had to continuously ensure quality of its mailing products and services and have in place the technology and knowledge to meet the strict guidelines of the BMP program. Part of the BMP program is that Quickmail is continuously monitored, and assessed to ensure the quality of product and service.

 

How bulk mail services work

Australia Post offers lower postage rates to customers who prepare and lodge articles in accordance with bulk mail service conditions.

 

To qualify for the savings, customers have to perform some of the work Australia Post would normally do, such as sorting articles, printing barcodes, stacking them in mail trays and lodging them with supporting documentation.

 

The postage rate depends on the service you require and the preparation work that is needed but a good mail house will always advise you on the most efficient and cost effective method of processing your mail.

 

More info on BMP can be found here

 

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