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Neopost Announces New Advanced Digital Mailing Systems

Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

SAN FRANCISCO--Nov. 30, 2004-- Neopost, the worldwide provider of mailing, addressing, document handling and mail management systems, introduces its new advanced line of digital mailing systems. The IJ 80, IJ 90 and IJ 110 have been designed for maximum productivity while maintaining Neopost's commitment to flexibility and ease-of-use. With speeds up to 250 letters per minute, mixed mail feeding capacity and nested or non-nested envelope sealing, these systems offer maximum productivity along with intelligent office solutions, which include the ability to track postage costs for up to 500 departments and seamlessly process mail of varying weights and sizes. For increased flexibility, the IJ 80, IJ 90 and IJ 110 mailing systems offer a modular design with additional mailing features, including the dynamic scale, mixed mail feeder, differential weighing platform, high-capacity stacker, and thermal roll tape dispenser. These mailing systems also include advanced digital ink jet technology for crisp, clean printing of the United States Postal Service(R) (USPS) mandated IBIP 2D barcodes. For additional convenience, the IJ 80, IJ 90 and IJ 110 feature postage-on-call with direct connect via modem, large touch screen central control panel and a password security system. Extremely rugged and dependable, the IJ 80, IJ 90 and IJ 110 offer wide feed decks and can automatically adjust to mail pieces up to 5/8" in thickness. Each model is equipped with a sealing system that ensures every envelope processed is secured properly. Other standard features include: automatic date advance, programmable rate structure, and an adjustable side-guide for large stacks of mail.




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