Royal Mail Hell Bent On Confusing Its Customers With International Business Mail “Large Letters”
Royal Mail with many of its UK customers still struggling to get to grips with its size based pricing (PiP or Large & Standard Letters – introduced in 2006) have decided to rebrand what they formerly called ‘International Flats’ as ‘Large Letters’.
So far so good you might think.
However, for some reason the rules & size allowances for International Large Letters are not the same as those for UK Large Letter postings.
If you are a user of RM’s International Services and a bit confused you may be interested to know that we produce a range of boxes for the new International Large Letter Sizes
Below are the sizes and rules for International Large Letters. If you want to talk to us about the product – call us on Coventry 024 76 422000
A Large Letter (formerly known as Flats) for the purposes of International Business Mail is considered as anything that is:
Over the size of 140mm x 90mm
Under the size of 381mm x 305mm
No more than 20mm thick
Less than 500g in weight
Visit www.defendapack.com for details on the product.