The Indianapolis Processing and Distribution Center has been experiencing significant delays with stalled packages, as reported by FOX59 News last week. Since then, many viewers have been in contact with similar concerns and issues. The USPS consolidated many postal operations in Indianapolis a few years ago, which is part of the reason for the already high volume of packages arriving through downtown Indianapolis. This consolidation resulted in the creation of the Indianapolis Distribution Center Annex, which is located on the west side of the city. The Annex is a large facility that serves as a hub for mail processing and distribution.
It is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment to ensure efficient and timely delivery of packages. The Annex also has a large staff of dedicated employees who work hard to ensure that all packages are delivered on time. The Annex is located at 5555 West Washington Street in Indianapolis. It is easily accessible from I-465 and I-70, making it a convenient location for those who need to pick up or drop off packages. The Annex is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so customers can be sure that their packages will be delivered quickly and efficiently. The Indianapolis Distribution Center Annex is an important part of the USPS's operations in Indianapolis.
It helps to ensure that all packages are delivered on time and that customers receive their packages as quickly as possible. With its state-of-the-art technology and equipment, the Annex is able to provide efficient and timely delivery of packages.