eastern region mail container (ERMC)  - A wheeled multipurpose mail container for smaller, bulk-loaded items. Unlike the general purpose mail container, it is equipped with an interior plastic liner, a full-height web door, and a coupler pin. (Compare withgeneral purpose mail container)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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