As a global leader in postal automation, BÖWE SYSTEC have developed a comprehensive portfolio with solutions across the whole mail and parcel spectrum. In 2016, BÖWE SYSTEC added the OptiSorter packet and parcel sorter into its portfolio, and this will now be debuting at Post Expo 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland from September 26 to 28, 2017 at booth 4090.

    Some 3,500 visitors from around the globe are expected to attend this year’s Post Expo. BÖWE SYSTEC will be advising mailing, shipping and express logistics experts on all mail processing issues at its booth 4090, as well as providing details of its comprehensive solutions for letter, mixed mail, packet and parcel sorting. The debut of the OptiSorter packet and parcel sorting system is set to be one of the show’s highlights.

    The new OptiSorter is an integrated push tray solution combined with BÖWE Sort sorter control software. It is a versatile, customizable, high-speed system capable of sorting the widest range of products and sizes on the market today, including brochures, books, packets, mail bags, mail trays, and parcels. It can handle items up to 31.5 kg at speeds of up to 18,000 trays per hour with noise levels. The OptiSorter’s push tray technology ensures gentle processing of all items.

    Integrated BÖWE Sort sorter control software makes the OptiSorter easy and intuitive to operate. As well as controlling the sorter, it generates dynamic data reporting via a single interface for sort scheme strategies, sorter performance and diagnostic information.

    The OptiSorter’s modular design and numerous options allows the system to be customized and expanded to meet operational and space constraints in line with changing business needs. The BÖWE SYSTEC OptiSorter can incorporate inline features as required: BCR and OCR reading, weighing, volumizing and labeling to increase operational capacity and improve operational efficiencies. BÖWE Sort OCR offers industry-leading reading technology which incorporates omni-directional OCR and barcode reading capability. Its low energy consumption, ease of use and maintenance make the OptiSorter an ideal investment for today and tomorrow.

    Further opportunities to explore BÖWE SYSTEC’s sorting portfolio for the mail and parcel, e-commerce, retail and logistics industries:

    • Parcel Forum Sept 18 – 20, 2017 Nashville, US
    • Paris Retail Week Sept 19 – 21, 2017 Paris, France
    • World Mail and Express Asia Oct 9 – 11, 2017 Shanghai, China
    • Robotics and Automation Oct 11 – 12, 2017 Milton Keynes, UK

    OptiSorter_postandparcel.jpg: The new BÖWE SYSTEC OptiSorter is capable of processing a broad range of items found in the postal and logistics sector.


    OptiSorter_push_tray.jpg: The OptiSorter’s push tray technology is extremely reliable, cost effective, and guarantees a smooth routing of the items into a wide variety of output chutes and containers.


    OptiSorter_carousel.jpg: A wide range of configurations are available for the BÖWE SYSTEC OptiSorter: carousel, vertical, horizontal, dog-leg or multilevel.


    BÖWE SYSTEC GmbH
    Company profile

    BÖWE SYSTEC, a mechanical engineering company headquartered in Augsburg/Germany, tops the list of European suppliers for high-speed inserting, card mailing and card logistics, reading technologies, mail and parcel sorting systems as well as innovative software. Today, it is one of the world’s leading solution providers for modern print and mailroom centers. With about 20 subsidiaries throughout Europe, the USA and in Japan, plus local general agencies for over 50 additional countries around the globe, the mailroom specialist is able to cater for individual, local market requirements. Since 2010 BÖWE SYSTEC GmbH has been owned by the Possehl Group, which generated annual sales of around €3.9 billion with a global workforce of approximately 12,400 in 2016. The sole shareholder of L. Possehl & Co. mbH is the charitable Possehl Foundation in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck. More information is available at www.boewe-systec.com and www.possehl.de.tion Oct 11 – 12, 2017 Milton Keynes, UK

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