Why use a maildrop service?
is a term which stands for a mail receiving, holding and forwarding
service, in short, a re-mailing service. Or simply, an accommodation
a few real life examples:
Mike Thrifty plans to send 50,000 brochures to his clients in the
UK and the USA, but since postage here is 60% cheaper than the Royal
or US mail, mailing them from Singapore makes sense. But this will
go through without a hitch only if he prints a Singaporean sender
on the envelope. A watertight maildrop is sufficient.
of InTouch annually sends 3500 newsletters to its alumni in Singapore,
Malaysia and Hong Kong. This year it realised that it could save
an immense amount in postal charges by taking advantage of Singapore
as its re-mailing centre.
Fast Job Ltd. would like to test if they can dispose their goods,
not just through the usual distribution channels, but through canvassing
under another brand name. Of course, neither their competitors nor
their own clients nor their suppliers should ever hear of it. With
maildrop, this operation can be carried out without any complications.
Minutesoft Corp. thinks of using Singapore as a base to market its
financial application software throughout the Asia-Pacific Region
but without immediately renting expensive office space. It might
possibly want to see how its project will catch on first. It first
gets itself an inexpensive maildrop and operate from here. As soon
as things are working out well, it can move to regular leased office
Andy Handsome is securely married. He still has romantic attachments
to a flame in Singapore. From time to time he gets love letters
from her which he naturally doesn't want his better half to read.
A maildrop solves the problem.