SOURCE: MailExpress

August 09, 2007 12:43 ET

MailExpress Awarded Government Services Administration Schedule Contract for Expedited Mail Services

Announcement Clears the Way for Government Agencies to Access Best-of-Class Expedited Mail Services

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - August 9, 2007) - MailExpress, Inc. (www.mailexpressinc.com) announced that it has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration to provide expedited mail services to government agencies through the GSA Schedule. Atlanta-based MailExpress is listed on the Schedule as Global MailExpress, Inc. under contract number GS-25F-0022T in the category of Office, Imaging and Document Solutions. The GSA Schedule authorizes MailExpress to provide expedited mail services to government agencies as an approved preferred vendor and expedites the process of awarding contracts. GSA, the centralized procurement and property management agency for the federal government, manages more than one-fourth of the government's total procurement dollars and influences the management of $500 billion in federal assets.

"Being awarded this GSA contract is an important development in MailExpress' history, and marks our expansion into new and significant markets," said MailExpress CEO Bob Moss. "Getting mail delivered quickly, accurately and cost-effectively is just as important to government agencies as it is to businesses, and we look forward to providing these agencies with the high-speed, cost-effective mail solutions that have made us so valued by our many commercial clients."

Atlanta-based MailExpress, Inc. (www.mailexpressinc.com) specializes in expedited delivery of flats, non-letter-size mail and small parcels for high-volume mailers. The founders of MailExpress are considered forerunners of the expedited mail concept and today serve as its standard-bearers. MailExpress is the only company in the industry dedicated exclusively to expedited mail services, allowing MailExpress leadership to focus solely on developing best-of-class shipment solutions.

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