Undeliverable Mail Management

Is your organisation spending too much time and money handling returned mail? Asendia can take care of undeliverable mail management for you — and it might cost less than you think.

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A range of Mail Management options available

Here at Asendia we pride ourselves on delivering tailored solutions that suit our client’s requirements. As such, we offer a several options for managing your undeliverable mail:

  • Collect the returned items and send them to you.
  • Data capture the addresses into a spreadsheet noting the reason for return.
  • Open the returns and remove material you wish to keep i.e. merchandise, brochures, etc, and recycle the rest.
  • Recycle or destroy the returns.


By including a data matrix on your mail piece when we print it, we can scan your returned items to capture the address data. This is much quicker and more cost effective than doing it manually.



Minimise returns with a free data health check

If you fail to keep your mail database up-to-date you in danger of wasting money in the future, as well as losing track of your customer/prospect.

To avoid spending money on mails that will never reach their intended recipient, we always recommend cleaning your data before you send a mailing to ensure returns are as low as possible — and we offer a range of data cleaning services.


We even provide a free data health check to ensure your mailing lists are clean. As well as reducing wastage, this will avoid the targeting of those that are deceased or MPS subscribers which would harm your brand.


To find out more about our undeliverable mail management, get in touch with our experienced team.



Contact us for further information

To find out more about a free data health check and our undeliverable mail management services please contact us.

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Benefits

  • Keeps your mailing lists up to date
  • Helps reduce wastage in future mailings
  • Reduce your impact on the environment

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