The Mission of the Austin PCC is to foster and maintain a close working relationship among mailers, vendors, and the USPS; to share information about new and existing USPS products, programs, regulations, and procedures; to facilitate the interchange of ideas among mailers, vendors, and USPS officials; to help members and their organizations grow and develop professionally through focused educational programs; to promote cooperation and support between members and others who are dedicated to quality and efficiency in the mailing industry.


The Austin Postal Customer Council's website was built to help educate mailers throughout the Texas area on how to best use USPS services. There are many advantages to participating in PCC events and becoming part of the PCC.

Benefits of PCC Membership

Networking - Hear how to put other's best practices to use for you.
Information - Help your business be more productive.
Communications - Interact with mailers, vendors, and Postal Service professionals.
Education - Learn how the Postal Service can help your business become more profitable.

All businesses that use the mail as communication and fulfillment media with their customers will benefit in the PCC's regular networking forums to maintain a close working relationship with their postmasters and other postal managers.  These events provide opportunities to meet other mailers, mailing experts, vendors from the mailing and fulfillment industry, and managers from the Postal Service to discuss issues that affect a single business or the whole mailing industry.

PCC members communicate information, ideas, and best practice suggestions on new Postal Service products and services and their own internal operations.  This interaction provides productive money-saving and revenue-generating ideas to enhance their use of Postal Service products and services to meet their business needs.

Message from Austin P&DC Plant Manager

To Our Valued PCC Customers

Hello, my name is TJ Giddings and I am the new Plant Manager for the Austin Processing and Distribution Center.

I would like to express my appreciation and let you know that we value your business and want to make sure that our team here at the Austin Plant is providing you with the best possible service; not only meeting but exceeding your expectations.

We will work to ensure we are doing everything we can to build a solid and lasting business relationship to satisfy your needs and work together to solve any challenges.

Thank you again for your business and for your trust in the United States Postal Service.

Sincerely,

TJ Giddings
Plant Manager
Austin P&DC

Postal Co-Chair
Thomas Billington
Postmaster
US Postal Service
8225 Cross Park Drive
Austin, TX 78710-9998
Industry Co-Chair
Mike Meier
Business Ink
15404 Long Vista Dr.
Austin, TX 78728
P (512) 949-2200
C (512) 538-7117
mmeier@businessink.com

PCC News

Lithium Battery Danger

Click the link above to see the dangers with shipping lithium batteries.

Austin Postmaster Sworn In

New Austin Postmaster Tom Billington was sworn in at the Austin Plant November 10th, 2015. Click on the pics below to enlarge.