How We Do It

Mail Pick Up
  • We simplify the process of mailings for our clients by picking up their mail. Clients can arrange for pickups through our convenient online Workflow Portal.
  • Clients do not have to presort their mail before turning it over to ODMS.
  • Clients say they are able to increase their machine output and add capacity because, with ODMS, they spend less time on mail sort and preparation.
At ODMS
  • Once mail is at our facility, we are committed to providing the most expedited delivery times possible. We never “hold mail” but process and commingle it immediately with same-day processing.
  • ODMS has a Combined Mailing Agreement with the USPS which allows us to combine mail of different weights and postage types into the same tray.
  • Postal inspectors visit ODMS daily so that mail can leave the facility quickly for its appropriate destination entry point. Mail comes and goes continuously!
  • We assure our clients of mail drop date by providing them with a Round-Stamped Commingled Mail Statement upon request coupled with a Mailing Summary Report from the USPS’s Web-based system, PostalOne!. The Commingled Mail Statement provides you and your customers with adequate proof that your mail was processed when you expected it to be.
Destination Delivery
  • With a nationwide network of trusted trucking partners, we transport mail directly to the appropriate Network Distribution Center (NDC) or Sectional Center Facility (SCF). This is known as drop shipping.
  • Trucks are on the road 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure the most expedited delivery times possible.
  • Typical delivery processes without drop shipping, require that mail passes through as many as six postal processing centers.  Ninety percent of ODMS-delivered mail touches only one or two postal processing centers.
Quality Assurance
  • On-Demand Mail Services is a Full-Service Certified Mail Service Provider
  • Because of ODMS’s Combined Mailing Agreement, the USPS randomly selects trays of mail to physically count to ensure accurate reporting further validating adherence to quality disciplines.
  • All ODMS processes have been developed consistent with Mail Preparation Total Quality Management (MPTQM) standards, based on ISO guidelines.
  • In order to maintain the integrity of the WorkShare program and the quality of its approved partners, the USPS inspects partner mail daily as if it were mailed from an official post office facility.
Our Equipment

Pontiac, Michigan 

  • Letter Sorters: 11
  • Flat Sorters: 5
  • Parcel Sorters: 7

- (1) Midsouth Technologies Model MSML-45-R High Speed Letter Sorting Machine (2008), with Midsouth Technologies Model 45L 126-Pocket Universal Transport; 36,000 Pcs./Hour Maximum Speed

- (1) National Presort, Inc. Model Maxim NP2000 High Speed Letter/Flat Sorting Machine (2008) with NPI Model NP-8000 Transport with (120) NP-2000 Pockets; 36,000 Pcs./Hour Maximum Speed

- (5) National Presort, Inc. Model NP4000 High Speed Letter/Flat Sorting Machine (2012) with vacuum assist Friction Feed with (240) NP-2000 Pockets; 36,000 Pcs./Hour Maximum Speed

- (4) Siemens DBCS Model II 994 High Speed Letter Sorting Machine (2017) with 240 Pockets; 36,000 Pcs./Hour Maximum Speed

- (4) Engineering Innovations Model EZ Flats Essential Flat/Parcel Sorting Machine (2010)

- (1) Engineering Innovations Heavyweight Champ Parcel Sorting Machine (2011)

- (1) Engineering Innovations Model EZ Flats Premium Flat/Parcel Sorting Machine (2017)

- (1) Secap Model DP 800 Series Digital Mailing Machine (2008)

- (2) Automecha Model Accu Fast XL Labeler/Tabber Machine (2010) with Upgraded Roll-Fed Stamp Applicator; 15,000-Piecs/Hour Maximum Speed

- (1) Mosca Model USP-2 “Tray Master” P1-1 Tunnel Type Tray Strapper (2009) with 30 –Tray/Minute

- (1) Mosca Model ROM Arch Type Bundle Strapper (2009) with 35-Bundle/Minute Maximum Production Rate

- (1) Toyota 7HBW23 5,000-Lb Electric Pallet Jack

- (1) Yale ERC040AHN36TE082 4000 LB Electric Lift Truck

New Jersey/Philadelphia Region 

  • Letter Sorters: 3
  • Flat Sorters: 3
  • Parcel Sorters: 2

- (1) Postal Technologies, Inc. Model MS-BCR-45 High Speed Letter Sorting Machine (1997) with NPI Model PTI -45  94-Pocket Welded Steel Frame Transport; 36,000 Pcs./Hour Maximum Speed

- (2) Engineering Innovations Model EZ Flats Essential Flat/Parcel Sorting Machine (2010)

- (1) Engineering Innovations Model EZ Flats Premium Flat Sorting Machine (2010)

Hebron, Kentucky

  • Letter Sorters: 1
  • Flat Sorters: 1
  • Parcel Sorters: 1

- (1) MS-BCR-45 PTI MST 100 Pocket Machine

- (1) Engineering Innovations Model EZ Flats Essential Letter/Parcel Sorting Machine (2010)

- (1) Toyota 7HBW23 5,000-Lb Electric Pallet Jack

- (1) Nitech Model 77205D-LPV Low Profile Semi-Automatic Pallet Wrapper (2008)

- (1) Yale ERC040AHN36TE082 4000 LB Propane Lift Truck

- (1) Mosca Model ROM Arch Type Bundle Strapper (2009) with 35-Bundle/Minute Maximum Production Rate