3 Reasons You Should Be Using PPI Labels Now
Posted by : Mercury Labels Ltd on Friday, December 20, 2019 in PPI Postage Labels.
If you’re like most business owners, time is always of the essence. Just finding a chance to actually do business while you juggle your marketing needs, inventory, services offerings, and more is often very difficult. Anything that can save you some time is an absolute must. Many small companies have found PPI labels are the perfect way to save a bit of time for all their mailing needs.
What Are PPI Labels?
Not familiar with the concept? PPI labels are essentially postage paid labels. When you’re sending quite a lot of mail at once, they’re the easiest way to get it out quickly, without having to worry about stamps or franking machines.
Why Should I Use Them?
There are a number of reasons to consider PPI labels, not the least of which is the time savings involved with. Here are three of the most popular.
1. You only have to pay for what you’re actually using. The Royal Mail invoices you after you’ve posted something, and you’ll pay them within thirty days of receiving the invoice.
2. Discounts are available on lots of associated services, and that can be a huge help in terms of your budget.
3. You can use them no matter where you’re sending packages. Even if your company currently does business at the international level, PPIs can still help.
How Do I Get Started?
You have to have a PPI license to get started, and initially, you’ll need to apply for a Credit Account. That offers payment terms of up to 30 days. To do so, contact the Royal Mail. Keep in mind that you must comply fully with the terms and conditions. Among those are requirements to send an accurately completed sales order with every mailing and the need to present mail bundled, faced, and separated b class, price band, format, and service type. There are other requirements too, all of which you will sign off on when you apply for the credit account.
PPI labels could be the perfect helper for your business. To get started, we’ll need your PPI number and your design. Learn more when you contact us today.