Jet printing houses, the printers that can make books with the most print-quality printing available in the US, are being targeted by an increasing number of anti-print crusaders, with the US Postal Service warning that printing costs are going to skyrocket in the coming years.
The US Postal Services, US Postal Workers Union and the American Printing Association are currently working to find ways to combat the rising costs of printing for customers.
The US Postal service said that costs for printing and packaging goods will likely increase between 2% and 7% annually, but that these prices can vary widely.
The USPS has recently begun charging its employees for printing services and says that it will continue to print money and deliver mail by 2020.
The agency also said it would soon begin charging a $100 fee for each item that is printed, a charge it has never charged for mail in the past.
“In the coming year, printing services will likely see significant price increases, as the cost of printing increases as the number of items printed increases,” the USPS said in a statement.
According to a letter from the US Post Office, the USPS will continue printing the following items, with prices increasing in all categories.
The cost of mailing a mail item will rise in the mail order, first class, first day, first-class package, and premium services categories.
A total of 9,300 USPS offices across the US have printed the USPS stamps for mail delivery.
The service has been a profitable business for USPS since its inception in 1903.
However, USPS has lost $5.7 billion since the recession of 2008, with a loss of more than $600 billion in 2013 alone.