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Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials)

We’ll sort it all for you

Our solution for regional daily newspapers in particular which saves time, materials and therefore money.

 

Characteristics

The benefits for you at a glance:

Post newspapers without any bundles. We will sort them for you and deliver your newspapers the day after posting.

  • No packaging costs
  • Less packaging waste
  • No need to prepare bundles
  • No data processing - preparation in accordance with ZEBU
  • Short distances to travel since posting at mail centers is also possible

Contact your responsible sales representative or Deutsche Post Customer Services and find out about the requirements for and the attractive price of the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials).
 

FAQ

You can find answers to frequently asked questions on the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) here:

Do newspapers sent using the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) still have to be posted in bundles?

No. It is sufficient to place the newspapers in a tray (size depending on format and number of items), unsorted, and to affix a special label for the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) to the tray. A sample label and the equipment needed to get started will be provided by DPAG.

What are the transit times for the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials)?

Regional daily newspapers for non-local areas will be delivered throughout Germany 1 day after posting.

Can magazines also be included in the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials)?

Yes, if you do not have any strict transit time requirements (club magazines; information sheets with quarterly publication frequency, etc.). For this, Presse Distribution provides the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) E+3/4.

Where do the newspapers for the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) have to be posted?

Regional daily newspapers can be posted in the SLN depots and in the mail centers. The posting office must, however, be agreed in advance between the customer and Deutsche Post and the last posting time must be specified. It is also possible to have the newspapers picked up by the SLN (free of charge for quantities of 1,000 copies or over per posting).

Is there a minimum or maximum quantity restriction for the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials)?

There is no minimum quantity. Regional daily newspapers and magazines can use the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials if they do not post over 5,000 copies per posting as a general rule. However, the maximum quantity restriction depends on the distribution area and on the distribution of the publication and can be specified on an individual basis between the publisher and Deutsche Post. Larger shipment quantities are not, however, generally suitable for the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) due to the large amounts of time involved in sorting since it would not then be possible to process them in the time windows available.

Do the newspapers posted have to be specially marked or carry additional information?

Additional information or markings on the shipment are not required, although the trays with which the shipments are posted must carry a special label.

How is the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials) billed?

An additional charge will be levied for using the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials). Billing will take place, as for the other newspapers and magazines, via a bill from Deutsche Post. The number of items must be entered in the posting list with a special accounting number.

How quickly can I use the Presse Sortierservice (Sorting service for press materials)?

A lead time of 4 weeks is generally required in order to determine the processing and transport flows.

Will an agreement be concluded?

Yes, a supplementary agreement must be concluded.

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