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Greenville, S.C., postal facility ‘under review;’ USPS says it may move some operations to Charlotte
Wednesday, 08 November 2023 21:32

From Staff Reports 

GREENVILLE, S.C. — The U.S. Postal Service is reviewing operations at the Greenville mail processing facility as part of a 10-year modernization plan, Asheville, N.C., television station WLOS (News 13) reported on Nov. 1.

The review calls for moving some operations from the Greenville Processing and Distribution Center, which serves Western North Carolina, to the new Charlotte Regional Processing and Delivery Center, a news release from the USPS said.

The Greenville facility would be kept open as a local processing center. Managers said jobs would not be affected by the changes.

“Based on the initial review, the facility is not closing,” executive plant manager Gary McClellan said in the release. “It will be repositioned as a local processing center. There will be no career layoffs as part of this initiative.”

The postal service said it is investing heavily in mail operations in the Carolinas. The goal is a 95-percent on-time delivery rate nationwide.

Under its 10-year strategic plan, Delivering for America, the U.S. Postal Service is investing $40 billion to modernize the nation’s aging postal processing and delivery network. Public input will be considered as part of the review process. 



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