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How much stock are you really storing? Use our free storage calculator

Does your business store or distribute products, marketing material or printed stock? Or do you have a back room full of boxes that you need stored out of the way? You may be storing more stock than you realise and could benefit from a simple storage solution. Our easy storage calculators below to get a better idea of how much stock you actually store. If you’re stock equals to more than a pallet, then it’s time to consider storing this stock offsite.

 

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Do our historic postboxes need to be tourist attractions?

 A 117 year old post box was saved from the tip in May after Aus Post had decided to remove it.

 

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What is a DPID Barcode? Here are the essential need to knows

Are you sending bulk mail that needs a DPID barcode? You may have a few questions like, what are those strange lines and are there requirements if I use one?

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How to manage your products & stock like a pro

Do you store and manage online store products, printed marketing material, e-commerce stock, stock for retails stores or just store a lot of business related material?

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Download your Stock Management Guide

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Are we prepared to sacrifice 5 day delivery for our regional mates?

Australia Post has announced plans to cut 900 jobs as early as Thursday after a grim business forecast. The jobs are reported to be non-customer facing positions in management, administration and IT with most of the losses coming from head office is Melbourne.

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From a simple idea to an industry standard. Happy 40th birthday to the humble barcode!

40 years ago today, the first ever barcode was scanned on a pack of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruits.

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Privatisation ruled out for Australia Post

After much speculation Australia Post would be amongst the many public entities sold off in the Abbott government’s budget sale, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann announced yesterday that the vital service would not be sold.

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Bulk mail changes come into affect 2nd June. Is your business ready?

 In just under a week’s time Australia Post’s new changes to bulk mail and business letter services will come into affect. These changes include delivery timetables, rates and postage paid meters. The new two speed delivery timetable will now be available to all customers with rates changing accordingly. Updated postage paid meters will be entering an implementation period.

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Direct Mail Marketing – Under used, but not forgotten

Is mail dead?

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