PCC Mission Statement
- Foster and maintain a close working relationship between mailers and the Postal Service.
- Share information about new and existing Postal Service products, services, regulations, and procedures.
- Facilitate the interchange of ideas among mailers and the Postal Service.
- Help members and their organizations grow and develop professionally through focused educational programs.
- Promote cooperation and support between members and others who are dedicated to quality and efficiency in the mailing industry.
Welcome to the UPCC
WELCOME TO THE UTAH POSTAL CUSTOMER COUNCIL
The Utah Postal Customer Council (UPCC) is an organization of business partnership between the mailers of Utah and the U.S. Postal Service. The UPCC Executive Board Committee meets monthly to attend to current business and activities. The meetings are held at Granatos, 1632 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City UT 84104.
. Members and non-members alike are always invited to attend..
Anyone can apply to become a part of the UPCC. Just simply register on this website and attend the meeting every second Tuesday. If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
Benefits of PCC Membership
Through the PCC, the Postal Service provides a forum for mailers to discuss and resolve local mailing issues with their local postmasters. PCC members can interact regularly with local postal managers. They also meet other mailers and learn how the Postal Service can meet their needs and solve their mailing problems. The PCC also serves as an avenue for its members to exchange ideas and suggestions on new Postal Service products and services. Members and postal managers interacting at PCC meetings and seminars have developed many money-saving ideas.
A working relationship with mailers from other councils often results from PCC membership. Many members who meet at PCC gatherings from close bonds of cooperation. Some communicate regularly to seek and provide insight into various postal processing and delivery issues.
PCC members have also helped one another by sharing equipment and knowledge at critical mailing times. Some PCCs have even established a Postal Improvement Committee to provide advice to their members for improving their mail center operations.