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Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
Mail handling revision lauren
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  • 1. • Mail which comes into the business• It can be received through the post, facsimileor by email. • Pre-sort envelopes in categories • Open & remove contents from envelopes • Stamp items with date stamp • Cheques, write in remittances book • Enclose items together • Sort mail into different departments
  • 2. • This is mail that is sent out of the building• It can be sent by Royal Mail, facsimile or bye- mail• Collect mail from departments• Check for signatures & enclosures• Insert mail into envelopes• Weigh & frank mail• Dispatch mail
  • 3. A remittance book is where a record of the incoming and outgoing mail from the business is kept. Here is an example of a Remittance Book; Remittances* Remittances*Country Remittances 2006 Remittances 2007 Remittances 2009 2008 2010Israel $ 13.5 billion $ 14.4 billion $ 16.6 billion $ 20.2 billion NAIndia $ 26.9 billion $ 27 billion $ 45 billion $ 55.06 billion $ 55 billionChina $ 22.52 billion $25.7 billion $ 40.5 billion NA $ 51 billionPhilippines $ 12.7 billion $ 14.4 billion $ 16.4 billion $ 17.3 billion $ 21.3 billionMexico $ 25.6 billion $ 26.1 billion $ 25.1 billion $ 21.2 billion $ 22.6 billionPoland $ 8.5 billion $ 12.5 billion $ 13.75 billion NA $ 9.1 billionBangladesh $ 5.5 billion $ 6.6 billion $ 9.0 billion $ 10.7 billion $ 11.7 billionNigeria NA NA NA $ 9.6 billion $ 10 billionPakistan $ 5.1 billion $ 6.0 billion $ 7.0 billion $ 8.7 billion $ 12.94 billion[22]Morocco $ 5.1 billion $ 5.7 billion $ 6.9 billion $ 8.0 billion[23] $ 6.4 billionVietnam NA NA $ 7.2 billion $ 6.8 billion $ 7.2 billion

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