Note Counters
from: £74.99
Pocket Scales 0.01gram
from: £15.99
Lugagge Scales
from: £14.79

November 27, 2009

What do [post office scales] need to do?

Filed under: post scales — Tags:

All post offices need [post office scales]. After all, post and its related costs are measured in weight.

A small letter will cost less to send than a large parcel because the weight and size of items has a bearing on transport costs. The larger the items posted, the larger the transport, and amount of fuel, needed.

To measure the weight of post and parcels, a post office needs [post office scales]. However, a post office doesn’t just need [post office scales] for customers’ post. A post office also needs [post office scales] for the business side of its operation, for counting its own takings for example. Although, if it is has a travel agent arm to its business then they would need their [post office scales] to be able to count money before handing over currency to customers. Similarly, businesses bring post offices pennies and small money to change into notes. A post office needs a quick way of adding this up and [post office scales]┬ácan help to do this. Good [post office scales] will weigh stamps too. In fact most [post office scales] will weigh any item in bulk, you just simply need to set the weight for the item required.

www.wikipedia.co.uk

www. bbc.co.uk

No Comments

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.