Postal Numeric Encoding Technique

Postal Numeric Encoding Technique (POSTNET) - The barcode system used on letter-size and flat-size mailpieces for encoding the delivery point information and ZIP+4 code information. (Also see delivery point barcode.)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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