A contact has been awarded to Zebra Technologies Corporation by the United States Postal Service (USPS) for a ‘Change of Address Reporting System and Remote Forwarding System (COARS-RFS) printer technology refresh’ through 2028.
USPS will purchase ZD411 compact printers as part of the contract, which will provide label printing for the Postal Service’s COARS-RFS applications.
According to Zebra, the printers enhance processing power, offer better security and work with all Windows, Andoid and iOS devices. They can also handle almost any media with direct thermal and thermal transfer print methods and carry additional capabilities with field-installable options, including batteries for enhanced mobility and worker productivity.
“Zebra is honored to provide our innovative printer technology to USPS through the contract,” said Chris Kelly, senior vice president and general manager, North America, Zebra Technologies.
Zebra was recently recognized by USPS with a 2022 Supplier Performance Award for outstanding service and delivery. The ZD411 compact printers complement other Zebra solutions in use by USPS, including handheld mobile computers, wearable scanners, software, secure end-user help desk support, secure repair services, as well as industrial and mobile printers.