USPS Names New Mailing and Shipping Services President
Postmaster General John Potter has announced the appointment of Paul Vogel as president, Mailing and Shipping Services of the United States Postal Service, effective Aug. 16.
As president, Vogel will be responsible for all product management, product development, retail and commercial products and services, as well as commercial sales. The department is responsible for more than $65 billion in annual revenue.
Vogel's business background and accomplishments have resulted in savings of tens of millions of dollars for the Postal Service, simplified product offerings for customer convenience and increased revenue, and creating some of the most durable business partnerships
Potter appointed Vogel managing director of global business and senior vice president for the USPS in 2006, charging him with creating and leading the new department.
For the next three years, Vogel focused on international business management, global network strategy and technology, international relations and international operations, including the Postal Service's five International Service Centers.
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