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Buhrs to show Buhrs BB600 Envelope Inserting System with two envelope feeders at

Friday, February 09, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Poing, February 8, 2007 – Buhrs, a leading provider of mailing and fulfillment solutions, will be represented at this year’s Océ OpenHouse in Poing near Munich, Germany, from March 5 – 9, 2007, with a Buhrs BB600 Envelope Inserting System that features two envelope feeders. With product formats ranging from C6 to B5 (up to no. 14) and mechanical speeds of up to 14,000 products per hour, the BB600 offers high performance mail processing capabilities. The system being shown in Poing is integrated into an inserting application that demonstrates completion of a C5 inserting job as a co-mailing. The two envelope feeders make it possible to process two different jobs simultaneously, using different types of envelopes, without having to modify the configuration of the system. The entire volume of mail can also be sorted by zip codes. Now that the restrictions that once applied to Infopost have been eased, postage can be optimized using this type of application. The BB600 is known for its rugged design and reliability, but also extremely low upkeep and maintenance costs. Here, servo technology requires fewer mechanical drive components. The independently driven individual components enable intelligent compensation for errors and, thus, guarantee the highest possible performance. Furthermore, the easy-to-use, integrated “touch screen” operator console ensures extremely short setup times. Buhrs will also be presenting a series of new software packages, such as a web interface and the Reprint-Reporter that is capable of recording data on documents and generating reprint files, for example, as well as the Mailroom Performance Manager.




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