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Flexible, high-speed parcel sorting system
ID Parcel & Mail Solutions
The Packet Parcel Sorting System from ID Parcel & Mail Solutions handles a wide variety of mail and parcels from small packets up to medium-size parcels at speeds from 2,000 to 4,000 pieces per hour. The system reads package barcodes, dimensions, weighs and sorts. If labeling is required, packages are queued for manual labeling before sorting. Optional OCR and automatic labeling can be added. Several sorting technologies are available, including a very reliable pneumatic diverter roller system for dual-sided outputs. The sorting outputs can accommodate postal bags, gaylords or wheeled containers, or a combination. The sorting system handles packages and parcels up to 610 x 457 x 457mm. The maximum weight per piece is 10kg. If heavier weight processing is necessary, a larger version is available that can handle items up to 34kg, with a maximum processing speed of 3,000 pieces per hour. ID Parcel & Mail Solutions also provides OCR and touchscreen workstations and higher-speed small-packet sorting solutions with its Dispatcher sorting systems.
Jerry Fenerty, president and CEO of ID Parcel & Mail Solutions, commented, “We’ve designed the Packet Parcel Sorting System (PPSS) for shipping facilities that are relatively new to automation, or are making the shift from manual sortation to an automated system for the first time. The PPSS has been specifically designed as a flexible and affordable solution for these types of organizations. It can be configured in a number of ways with a range of features, whether it be a small of large setup. At ID Parcel and Mail Solutions it is this flexibility, and our comprehensive, hands on approach that sets us appart. When working with clients we’re there for them through every step of the process including planning, design, installation, training, service and support.
“We’re really looking forward to the Package Expo in Cincinnati. We hope to learn more about the specific automation needs of shipping facility operators and to get a fresh perspective on how our products for smaller operations can play a role in helping them get a leg up in the ever evolving parcel shipping industry.”