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Pitney Bowes introduces Mailstream Evolution inserter

Apr 9, 2010 12:00 AM


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Pitney Bowes Inc (Stamford, CT) announces the newest addition to its family of high-speed, high-volume mail inserters, the Pitney Bowes Mailstream Evolution Inserting System.  The system will be on display at the National Postal Forum in Nashville, TN, April 11-14, 2010.

The Mailstream Evolution Inserting System is the successor to the Pitney Bowes FPS Split Drive Inserting System.  More than 1,500 FPS Split Drive Inserting Systems have been installed at customer sites around the world.  Mailstream Evolution incorporates several upgrades that provide greater flexibility, productivity and integrity.

Key changes:

  • Enhanced production flexibility with the “No Changeover Module” built into the system, reducing the time required to change from letter processing to flats processing.
  • Upgraded software functions including enhanced reporting capabilities through new “P/I Direct Access” software that provides system level reporting to drive productivity and operational efficiencies. The software also provides a seamless integration to “Production Intelligence Output Management” and DFWorks.
  • Upgraded graphical user interface that makes the system easier than ever to operate and monitor, and an optional “Privacy Guard” to help ensure that every mailpiece is assembled with the highest level of accuracy and integrity

The Mailstream Evolution Inserting System processes up to 14,000 letter-size mail pieces per hour, 12,000 6 x 9-inch envelopes per hour; and 9,000 flat mail pieces per hour.  The system can be customized through a range of flexible features and capabilities that can help mailers achieve both current and future business needs.

Like all Pitney Bowes inserting systems, the Mailstream Evolution Inserting System is backed by a global service organization that can provide on-site support to meet the demands of high-volume mailers around the clock.

Celebrating its 90th year of innovation, Pitney Bowes provides software, hardware and services that integrate physical and digital communications channels.