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Top Print-Mail Service Providers

The updated Official Mail Guide lists these top providers of mail printing, preparation, processing, and distribution services (in alphabetical order):

Automated Direct Mail Service Center, Inc.

U.S. Postal Service approved for eCertified MLOCR processing. Secure data transfer Full Service® for statements. Laser printing black +color; Intelligent/personalized folding to 20 sheets, stapled sets. Machine inserting to 9×12 … click for more info


Computer Extension Systems, Inc.

Full Direct Mail Services and Database Management for a wide range of clients, customized to meet exact needs … click for more info


Interstate EDP & Direct Mail Center

Full service lettershop. Cut sheet, folding, inserting, tabbing, ink jet addressing, & all hand work on premises … click for more info


JLS Mailing Services

In business since 1918, JLS is a full service 100,000 sq ft mail processing facility and presort bureau. Provider of presort/ co-mingling services for postage discounting, data processing, laser personalization, digital printing, statement processing, fulfillment, addressing, folding and inserting services, metering, mailing lists, kit assembly and much more … click for more info


Midwest Direct

Midwest Direct helps clients create and deliver over 2.4 million messages a day sent to their audiences’ inboxes, mailboxes, and screens. Contact Midwest to inspire, persuade and motivate your audience today … click for more info


Polaris Direct

Full service direct marketing and printing company specializing in high-volume 1:1 mail campaigns including: creative design & formats, pre-production planning, data processing, forms & commercial printing; 4-color VDP, laser & inkjet personalization, lettershop/bindery, mailing services, postal optimization and commingling … click for more info

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