The United States Postal Service (USPS) says it plans to begin sending USPS labels to customers in early 2018, following a court ruling that ordered the service to send out labels.
The USPS announced in April that it will begin shipping Zagg label packets containing USPS labels.
Customers will be able to order Zagg packages using a Zagg mailing label, which is designed for large packages and requires a postage stamp and a valid USPS address.
Zagg orders will be delivered to a customer’s ZIP code.
The Zagg packaging will also include a “USPS label stamp” and the USPS shipping label.
The USPS label stamp is a small sticker that is affixed to a shipping label, and the label stamp itself will be a label.
USPS labels can be ordered with postage stamps, which are usually $5.
USPS orders also can include USPS shipping labels, which can be delivered directly to a ZIP code or to a business.
“Zagg shipping labels are the first in a new line of products that we are launching with our new Zagg service,” USPS Chief Marketing Officer Robyn Hoch said in a statement on April 11.
“We look forward to using Zagg to increase transparency and efficiency in our delivery process.”
In the ruling, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled that the USPS’s handling of Zagg labels was unreasonable, and ordered the USPS to provide the labels by May 31.
The ruling is a victory for Zagg, which argues that its labels are more useful and convenient than the traditional USPS labels that have become increasingly cumbersome and cumbersome.
In the court ruling, Jackson wrote that Zagg was a “better alternative” to shipping labels because Zagg’s packaging is “a less bulky and less complicated product than its competitors.”
The ruling also included a provision that allowed USPS to charge customers extra for shipping labels to be shipped to ZIP codes, as well as a provision allowing USPS to use the label as a means of tracking shipments that may not have been shipped to a certain ZIP code, such as a package that had been delivered to New York City.
The ruling comes as the USPS is looking to increase its customer service in light of the new Zagz labeling service, which was announced last week.
The Zagg brand has become a popular option for retailers to sell items online.