Getting and sending

September 2000
Inc.;Sep2000, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p26
Presents information on several start-up delivery services in the United States that serve Internet retailers. Business concept of PaxZone of Chicago, Illinois; Advantage of Brivo Systems Inc. of Arlington, Virginia; Major hurdle for The Return Exchange in Irvine, California.


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