U.S. Postal Service Changes Policies on Shipping Cremated Remains

January 6, 2014
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Effective December 26, 2013, the United States Postal Service (USPS) revised its policy pertaining to the shipment of cremated remains. Cremated remains may no longer be sent domestically or internationally via Registered Mail Service. Priority Mail Express is the only option for sending cremated remains via the USPS. NFDA is working with the USPS to obtain additional details about this change in policy. NFDA will share those details with you as soon as they are available. To learn more about shipping requirements, visit the NFDA website or contact International Project Manager Corey Eggers at 800-228-6332.

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