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sorting office

n
(Commerce) communications a place where packages and letters are sorted before they are delivered
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sorting office

n (Brit) → Sortierstelle f

sorting office

[ˈsɔːtɪŋˌɒfɪs] n (Post) → ufficio di smistamento
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FEWER Teessiders are getting their post delivered on time this year - but privatisation and the closure of sorting offices is not to blame, say the Royal Mail.
He said: "The Government is rushing through the privatisation of the Royal Mail and there is very little clarity over what will happen to properties such as sorting offices.
Glynis Kirvan had worked for Royal Mail for 23 years and held a position of responsibility as a delivery manager at sorting offices.
ROYAL Mail bosses and union officials vowed to get round the negotiating table today after wildcat strikes broke out at two of the city's sorting offices after six staff were sacked.
It is easy to feel that the sorting offices still hum with them even though the building is now empty.
In August, Royal Mail announced plans to open three modern mail centres and close other sorting offices.
UP to 35,000 jobs could be axed with the closure of dozens of Royal Mail sorting offices, union leaders claimed last night.
He was nabbed after investigators launched an inquiry into the high number of cheques going missing from sorting offices.
The move was intended to save the company pounds 90m a year but sorting offices have struggled to meet targets.
The strike action at two sorting offices disrupted deliveries on Friday and Saturday.
Only 32 out of the 200 sorting offices in Scotland were staffed and in Glasgow just one per cent went to work.
The new system provides tracking throughout the nationwide network of local postal sorting offices equipped with the Confirm scanning technology.