Package Coalition Responds to Postal Service’s Preliminary Financial Results for April 2020

Washington, D.C. - The Package Coalition released the following statement today from Coalition Chairman John McHugh regarding the United States Postal Service’s preliminary financial results for April 2020:

“The Postal Service’s financial results continue to raise concerns and underscore the importance of Congress providing COVID emergency assistance for emergency needs. The economic fallout of COVID-19 has caused letter mail volumes to plummet. Thankfully the Postal Service’s competitive package delivery business continues to be a bright spot. Now more than ever with people at home and out of work the Postal Service’s affordable package delivery business is a lifeline for Americans across the country, especially for seniors and others living in remote and rural areas.”

About The Package Coalition

The Package Coalition is an alliance of America’s top retail, e-commerce and logistics companies committed to preserving reliable and affordable postal package delivery services. The Postal Service delivers packages directly to the doorstep of more than 157 million delivery addresses across the country, contributing trillions of dollars to the US economy and supporting millions of jobs and small and medium sized businesses. For more information on The Package Coalition, visit and follow us on Twitter @PkgCoalition.