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Please observe these mailing instructions to prevent undue delay in the shipment of your items: It is recommended that the addresses are preferably written in upper-case letters, but lower-case letters are also permitted. You should print the zip code in capital letters, with the first three digits seperated by a blank between them.
Failure to format the zip code in this way may result in delays. All of the city, county, or area and zip code should appear on the same line, and it should be the last line within a local one. It should be a blank between the city and the county or area and two blank characters between the county or area and the zip code.
When this line in the adressblock becomes too long, the postal code can be set to the last line by itself. REMARK 1: Do not use "Canada" in home locations. Symbols in the adressblock should not be underscored. Never use the # sign or the francophone equivalents no as part of the adress.
Each line of an adress should be formated with a single lefthand border and have less than 40 chars per line, except blanks; adress line cannot be cut off. The distance between the addresses should be at least 0.5 mm, but not more than one empty line. Use the same formatting as the target mailing list, but the home mailing list cannot be written in a bigger typeface and must be clearly separate from the target mailing list.
The number of rows within the addressblock must not in any case be more than six. Citizen adresses should contain the following information: If senders wish to insert extra delivery information, it should appear between the first line (recipient) and the penultimate line (citizen address):
Graph 2: Citizen adresses are also frequently used in rustic areas (with rustic postal codes): Illustration 3: P.O. boxes should contain the following information: If senders wish to insert extra delivery information, it should appear below the first line (the addressee). When the sender wishes to provide the citizen address, it should appear above the penultimate line (P.O. boxes number and destination data); see Fig. 5.
Illustration 5: The following information should be included in the country routing addresses: If senders wish to insert extra delivery information, it should appear below the first line (the addressee). When there is a citizens' address for the countryside, it should appear above the penultimate line (rural routing indicator and location information); see Fig. 7.
Fig. 7: Country adresses that do not contain a citizen adress might need more adresses. Supplementary addressing information should appear above the penultimate line (rural routing code and location information); see Fig. 8. Illustration 8: General shipping information should contain the following information (see illustration 9): Illustration 9: Bi-lingual adresses must have a continuous horizontal line of at least 0.7 mm thickness between them.
On both sides of the line there must be a free area of approx. 10 mm width (see Fig. 10). Postal service is the postal service provided to or by the Department of Defense, the staff of the Armed Forces of Canada, their nationals and civil servants affiliated with the Armed Forces of Canada, through the post offices of the Armed Forces of Canada and the Fleet Post Offices.
For more information about how to address your army post, see Canadaadian Forces Postal Service. Postal address design features for postal shipments processed by the United States Postal Service should be designed according to postal address standards. United States of America should include the following information: Illustration 11: All US postal mailings must be sent to a certain person, organisation or firm (the addressee).
Your shipping destination should include all its constituents, such as the initial destination number, area code, road name, extension, by-election, secondary ID and asterisk. A blank should appear between the interface items. Use the full location name and appear as the first part in the penultimate line of the table.
You should see the status code in the penultimate line of the code after the location name, divided by a blank. Use two blanks to separate the postcode from the state. Name of the countries must be the last item on the addres. This number is located in the last line of the postal code information and below the town name.
The following information should be included in your local IP phone number (see Fig. 12): Fig. 12: All foreign shipments must be sent to a particular person, organisation or firm (the addressee). Name of the land must be the last item on the addres. You will find it on the last line, under the name of the municipality/town and all postal code information.
Supplementary Adress Information - Often needed for shipment to a country adress that does not have a citizen's adress. It should be placed above the country lane identification and location information. NOTE 1: If a citizen location is available, it can be added through the SITE and Companion information. Supplementary information - Optionally, information that a mailers wants to specify, e.g. order number, cover, storey, etc.
It' always above the citizen's name. Middle-class adress - shipping information consisting of the following elements: NOTICE: If a device number is allocated, this is part of the adress and must be specified. You should enter the bourgeois number extension (if available) after the bourgeois number as follows:
NOTICE: If the road name is numerical, there is only one blank and no dash between the house number and the name. Generic code - If the two-letter code "GD. Provincia or Township - should be included in the formal two-letter acronym ( (see Chart 4: Provincial and Territory Provincial and Territory Name and Acronyms for a full listing of abbreviations).
You must enter the name of the town on the same line after the town name. It should be a blank between the name of the town and the provinces or area. P.O. Box number - Should always be on the line directly above the town, county and zip code. Zip Code - Should be in upper case and two blanks to the right of the provinces or territories, with a blank between the first three and the last three digits.
NOTICE: The postal code can be set to the last line by itself if there is not enough room to place the town, county and zip code on one line (but the name of the county must stay on the same line as the name of the town). Country Name - Should use the two-letter icon named RS followed by the routing number, which is set one blank to the right.
Location Information - Should be available to send the post to the correct post office. The destination information should appear in abridged form after the mailbox number, the country code or the general home delivery code and then on the same line. U.S.A. Chart 5: States, areas and properties U.S.A. Name and abbreviation The zip code is part of each postal code in Canada.
Postal codes have been developed to facilitate the automatic and manually sorted handling of post. Identify a large geographical area in an area, whether municipal or countryside. is a three-character code (numeric-alpha-numeric). The smallest supply in a forward sort area is identified.
Fig. 13: The "forward sorting area" or "FSA" indicates a particular area within a larger geographical or provincial area. First sign of the forward sort area sector indicates one of the 18 most important geographical areas, counties or quarters (as shown in Fig. 14). Illustration 14: The second digit of the forward sorting area is an important part of the postal service, as it either indicates a country postal code: digit 0 (zero) (e.g. A0A).
Fig. 15: The "local supply unit" or "LDU", marked by the last three letters of the postcode, enables a definitive sorting within a forward sorting area. The last three numbers in municipal areas can indicate a particular part of the town ( "street side" between two crossing streets), a particular house or, in some cases, a large letter recipient.
The last three figures, together with the front sorting area, are used to classify a particular country town. You can also call 1-900-565-2633 for English postal code services or 1-900-565-2634 for French postal code services.