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PSTLPostal
PSTLPolo Scientifico Tecnologico Lombardo
PSTLPyramid Saimira Theatre Ltd
PSTLPanasonic Speech Technology Laboratory
PSTLPuget Sound Truck Lines
PSTLParallel Standard Template Library
PSTLPasukan Simpanan Tentera Laut (Malaysia)
PSTLPuget Sound Traveling League (girls basketball)
PSTLProblem Solving through Literature
PSTLPassing Shot Tennis League
PSTLPalangsophon Two Company Limited
PSTLProduct Support Team Leader
PSTLProjet Serveur Terminaux Linux (French)
PSTLPraxair Surface Technologies Limited
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A postal packet's dip-dial records every yard of every run.
He had been in authority over thirty-five hundred postal employees, and was the developer of a system that covered every inhabited portion of the country.
The virtual cessation of postal distribution and the collapse of all newspaper enterprise had left an immense and aching gap in the mental life of this time.
It was ordered by letter, and a postal order was enclosed.
It is quite certain that he invented a portable pillar-box, which he put up at corners in quiet suburbs on the chance of strangers dropping postal orders into it.
According to a statement, he said that currently out of 100% budget of the Pakistan Post, 80% goes to the salaries of the postal workers, payment of pensions, while only 20% are used for other operational works such as postal civil works and maintenance of postal buildings.
This was disclosed in a media briefing by Federal Minister for Postal Services, Maulana Ameer Zaman upon his arrival at Lahore Thursday.
To address the challenge of capturing and maintaining accurate facility management data, the Postal Service developed the Facility Database, but the database does not conform to the Postal Service's goals or to leading federal practices; specifically, it does not include data needed to measure performance on managing facilities or have the capacity to track such data over time.
Although the new legislation addresses some of the problems of the Postal Service, more radical changes may be necessary in the future.
The contract calls for CES to implement energy efficiency improvements at more than 1,400 postal facilities in New York, New Jersey, and the Caribbean.
On that day, May 4, first-class mail was delayed six days and periodicals were delayed as much as 10 days as postal officials consistently and significantly underestimated the amount of mail requiring processing, the report shows.
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