Is your mail program safe from May’s predicted heat and storms?
Date: May 1, 2012
Remember that adage that “neither wind, nor rain, nor sleet, nor hail” can stop delivery of the mail? Well, in these days of intense weather mood shifts, the bigger worry should be destruction of the print facility that is producing your mail pieces.
Take March, for example. 15,000 warm temp records were smashed. Twisters in the southern and central U.S. smashed to smithereens lots of industrial-strength buildings.
April was closer to normal, whatever that is, but May is barreling in with predictions of above normal temps in the southern U.S. , inserting heat that could spawn all sorts of gnarly storms.
Nobody wants a twister to scoop up their direct mail marketing print facility, or a hurricane to pummel it. So you’ll be glad to know we at PrimeNet are prepared. Our new facility is Cat 3 protected, and our data center inside the facility is Cat5. We know you don’t want any surprises, no matter what Mother Nature throws at us.