Tive Releases Return-By-Mail Supply Chain Tracker

Dagny Dukach
Dagny Dukach

Tive is excited to announce that in partnership with USPS, we have launched our return-by-mail tracker, enabling seamless return logistics for shipments within the US. 

Our newly developed return-by-mail tracker can be placed directly in any postal box in the United States, without the need for any special labeling or packaging. This means that trackers can be placed with shipments going anywhere in the country, and the recipient can just collect the trackers and put them in any standard mailbox in order to get them back to Tive or the origin address.

Tive Return-By-Mail Tracker

Tive partners with USPS to offer return-by-mail supply chain tracker

This photo shows our return-by-mail tracker. The tracker comes with a sturdy mailing sleeve and has been approved for use by the US Postal Service. In addition, we are currently pursuing a similar service with international postal services, which will enable us to offer global return logistics at limited additional cost.

We are launching beta programs with our existing customers to try out the return-by-mail tracker in the field. If you are interested in being one of the first to try this innovative new solution, contact us to let us know and we’ll get you started right away!

Topics: Supply Chain Trackers, Tive, Features



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