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The U.S. Postal Service said this week that it would begin shuttering dozens of mail processing centers next year, a move it said was necessary because of congressional inaction on postal reform.
The USPS, which has lost more than $28 billion since the start of fiscal 2011, says that a new round of processing consolidation centers will save the agency roughly $750 million a year.
According to the plan released Monday, the agency will consolidate as many as 82 facilities starting in January, a process it says will be completed in time for the 2015 holiday season.