New Pitney Bowes System Can Help Mailers Reduce Costs

Pitney Bowes (Booth 2010) is introducing the Mainstream Wrapper productivity system, which combines the integrity and efficiency of high speed inserting with an alternate envelope process to help mail operations streamline the production of high quality customer communications.
The system, which can process pre-printed wrap material or print in-line after the completion of the mailpiece, can help mailers achieve significant cost savings and operational improvements with little to no application or workflow changes. This continuous wrap replaces traditional envelopes and is estimated to lower mailpiece costs by 20 to 40 percent through a combination of reduced paper usage, improved warehouse management and significantly less scrap.
“Recent advances in paper production and mail technologies are making it easy to help save significant money for producing both transactional and direct mail while actually improving mailpiece effectiveness,” says Grant Miller, Vice President, Global Strategic Product Management and North American Sales, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes.
The Mailstream Wrapper productivity system includes innovations designed to maintain the highest levels of integrity, system uptime, and productivity while processing variable page documents at speeds of up to 26,000 pieces per hour. The wrapping system can be retrofitted into existing Pitney Bowes Mailstream Productivity Series inserters, protecting mailers’ capital investment.