Network Distribution Center

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A Network Distribution Center (NDC) is a highly mechanized mail processing plant of the United States Postal Service that distributes standard mail and package services in piece and bulk form.[1]

List of Network Distribution Centers[edit]

The United States Postal System currently has 21 NDCs (listed with the first three digits of the ZIP Code where they are located):[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Quick Service Guide 800: Glossary of Postal Terms and Abbreviations in the DMM
  2. ^ "USPS – Network Distribution Centers". Usps.com. Retrieved 2013-10-04.