What is a company zip code?

What is a company zip code?

Corporate Postal Codes are customer-specific postal codes that increase awareness of your company’s name and brand. With a Posti P.O. Box address, the mail you receive has already been sorted and you can also route mail directly to other addresses.

What are the 4 types of zip codes?

There are four primary types of ZIP codes: PO Box, Unique, Military, and Standard. PO boxes are located at the post office itself; unique codes refer to individual addresses; US military bases overseas have a domestic mailing address; and standard codes designate everything else (i.e. the “normal” ones).

How do I decode a zip code?

The first number in the code represents a general geographic area of the nation, “0” in the East, moving to “9” in the West. The next two numbers represent regional areas, and the final two identify specific Post Offices.

What is the 4 digit code at the end of my zip code?

The first five digits indicate the destination post office or delivery area. The last 4 digits represent specific delivery routes within delivery areas. ZIP plus 4 codes assist the USPS in effectively sorting and distributing mail.

What does zip stand for?

Zone Improvement Plan
ZIP is an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan. However, the USPS intentionally chose the acronym to indicate that mail travels more quickly when senders mark the postal code on their packages and envelopes. It makes sense that the term ZIP code would be related to being zippy, which means “lively” or “peppy.”

What are the 3 digits after a ZIP Code?

A three-digit zip code is simply the first three numbers in a zip code. Each zip code is divided up into three parts: National Area: The United States is divided up into ten groups of states called national areas. The first digit of a zip code indicates which one of those groups an address is located in.

What is a ZIP 4 code and how is it different from a 5 digit zip code?

What is a zip+4 code, and how is it different from a 5 digit zip code? A more detailed mailing code consisting of the original 5 zip code digit followed by a hyphen and four additional digits. These digits identify a specific geographic segment in delivery area.