irregular parcels and pieces

irregular parcels and pieces (IPP) - Parcels that do not meet the dimensional criteria of machinable parcels and other parcels that cannot be processed by parcel sorters (for example, a noncaseable flat, small cube or fragile parcel, paper or sleeve-wrapped catalog, and sackable roll, tube, or film).

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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