Neopost has introduced a first-of-its-kind technology to the mail preparation process with its new PE-150, a “direct onto documents” Production Postage Printing solution. The PE-150 is a unique, high-speed metering system that literally transforms mailing procedures by applying postage and the Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB) directly onto letters and documents after the file has been created. The resulting postage can be displayed either through the address window or an extended return address window.
Designed for production mailing environments, the new postage printing system delivers a significant increase in productivity. It moves mail into the mailstream faster and more efficiently by eliminating conventional time-consuming metering, typically a sequential step in the mailing process. Installed as an optional software module within a mail output management solution, the PE-150 delivers improved reliability and cost savings by eliminating the use of traditional equipment and the associated operating and supplies costs, as well as any spoiled postage.
The advanced technology of the PE-150 offers an industry first: adding postage that includes an Information Based Indicia (IBI) with mailing date, and an IMB to a document print file. All of these components result in the highest level of mail security, a consistently professional “metered” look for mailing documents and a reliable alternative to permit mail or traditional metering. The system is able to co-mingle jobs for better presort discounts, and combine postage and the IMB printing for sorting, tracking and USPS® compliance.
The PE-150 Production Postage Printing Solution is the perfect technology for those with printing requirements up to 10,000 documents/hour. The PE-150 eliminates speed limitations between the mailing machine and folder/inserter, allowing maximum throughput of the folder/inserter to be realized. It is an extremely cost-effective alternative for transaction mailers, commercial print and fulfillment houses, third-party mailers, mailers with print and insert functions, and mailers who perform mixed weight processing.
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