A fast rise in parcel deliveries many of them from Amazon has helped offset some of the Postal Service’s losses in recent years. In 2017, USPSdelivered 589 million more packages than it did a year earlier, amounting to an 11.4 percent growth in volume and $2.1 billion increase in revenue. (Mail volume, meanwhile, decreased by about5 billion pieces, or 3.6 percent.)Overall, the Postal Service reported a $2.7 billion loss last year on revenue of $69.6 billion..
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