revenue unit

revenue unit - The average amount of revenue per fiscal year from postal rates and also fees for 1,000 pieces of originating mail and special service transactions. The number of revenue units is used to categorize post offices by size. (Also see cost ascertainment grouping)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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