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|Pitney Bowes launches entry-level inserting system to Europe|
Pitney Bowes has launched the Rival Productivity Series Inserting System to the European market.
The €150,000 (£131,000) machine was initially launched at Graph Expo in Chicago last month.
The entry-level inserting unit, which Pitney Bowes is aiming at small printers and mailing houses, produces high-value customer communications including both letters and flats.
Rein van den Bulk, product marketing manager, Pitney Bowes DMT, told PrintWeek: "We wanted to offer a machine with a smaller footprint, based on the technology we already have."
He added that companies with lower volumes of around 1.5m-2m inserts a year would benefit from using the machine.
As well as its small footprint, van den Bulk said that the machine could handle a wide range of envelopes and featured Pitney Bowes’ Direct Connect control system, which features on all of the company’s larger machines.
"With the speed that it runs at, the envelopes it can handle and the price, I believe it is a very cost-effective machine," he said.
It can process variable data documents at speeds up to 12,000 cycles per hour, featuring high integrity, integrated control and advanced document scanning features, which help track each mailpiece for accurate processing.
It also has an automated fold capability, which helps ensure accurate fold set-up and job changeover, while an intuitive user interface enables operators to quickly setup and recall multiple jobs. The system also includes a compact vacuum sheet feeder with an extended capacity hopper.
Grant Miller, vice-president, global strategic product management and North American sales, Pitney Bowes DMT said: "Mailers can configure the scaleable system to meet current mail finishing needs and future requirements as their organisations grow."
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