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USPS hiring 500 in New Jersey, improving equipment for nationwide holiday rush

Officials say in New Jersey there will be three new package sorting machines called Single Induction Package Sorters (SIPS) that can process significantly more packages.

News 12 Staff

Nov 22, 2022, 11:06 AM

Updated 574 days ago

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The postal service is hoping that the introduction of nearly 250 new sorting machines, and thousands of new employees, will improve delivery times this holiday season.
Officials say in New Jersey there will be three new package sorting machines called Single Induction Package Sorters (SIPS) that can process significantly more packages.
That's just one of three types of new machines that have been installed since the USPS Delivering for America plan began in 2021.
In total, there should be 249 new machines nationwide by the holidays.
For more information on when the USPS recommends you send your packages if you want them to arrive on time, click here.
The postal service is also looking to hire some 20,000 new employees for the season. New Jersey is seeking 500 new hires alone.
Job fairs are ongoing throughout the month of November and more hiring is going on all the time at www.usps.com.


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