Quick International Mail Delivery Made Easy


International Mail services include:

  • Foreign mail prep
  • Paperwork assistance
  • International letters
  • International packages

Go International without the Hassle

Getting international mail to its destination can be a hassle of paperwork and regulations. With a dedicated in-house Manager of Postal Relations and on-site USPS support, Presort can eliminate that headache for you. For cost-effective and money-saving management of international mail, there’s no better choice than Presort. We work with postal guidelines and regulations on a daily basis, which means that we are experts in what needs to be done to get international mail delivered quickly and correctly.

The Presort Advantage

Presort provides services to thousands of customers daily. This creates a unique opportunity for small to medium-sized International clients to receive the same advantages that were once reserved solely for large clients.


Postage Savings: Combining your mail with Presort’s other international mail allows for volume discounts and direct country sortation that many companies just cannot achieve if mailed individually. International mail expediting allows our clients to receive entry-level discounts usually reserved for large-scale mailers.

Processing Savings: International Postage is funded via a corporate permit that is provided to St. Louis Presort’s customers at no additional charge. There is no need to open additional permits in Canada or other countries.

Expedited Processing

International Airmail: Accelerated International Service for time-sensitive international mail that goes to every country on the globe, allowing for the best delivery windows, yet volume entry discounted vs. routing via traditional First Class Mail.

International Ground: Cost Effective Solutions for faster, economical delivery of printed matter with significant discounts vs. routing traditional ground methods.

Timely & Easy to Use: Since no metering or other postage application is required, you can streamline your operation and focus on other important areas.

On February 20, 1792 George Washington signed the Postal Service Act, making it illegal for postal officials to open anyone’s mail.