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National Association of Major Mail Users, Inc. / Association nationale des grands usagers postaux inc.
The National Association of Major Mail Users (NAMMU) is the voice of the Canadian mailing industry.
Established in 1983, NAMMU represents the postal interests of end users and supplier infrastructure and promotes the growth of postal commerce, in the best interests of its members and a forward-looking, efficient, affordable national postal system for all Canadians.
NAMMU provides a unique forum for previewing the postal agenda; leadership, discussion, constructive debate and multi-stakeholder influence on critical strategic and operational projects; education, support and vital communication to the mailing industry, Canada Post and government.

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