shipper paid forwarding
- shipper paid forwarding (SPF) - An address change service (ACS) fulfillment vehicle. It allows mailers of Standard Mail (A) machinable parcels and most Standard Mail (B) pieces to pay forwarding charges via approved ACS participant code(s).
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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