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sima220 Auto Tray Filling Systems New Back-end Automation Redefines Inserter Productivity

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

LENEXA, KS - Following its very successful introduction at Graph Expo 2014, W+DNA, a leading direct mail production solutions provider and Palamides GmbH are pleased to announce the successful installations ofSima220 Auto Tray Filling Systems at leading direct mail companies in the US and UK, with our UK installation at Real Digital is featured in the attached customer testimonial 

The Palamides Sima220 automatic tray filling system technology can be installed in-line with W+D BB 700, Pitney Bowes Flowmaster and Bell and Howell  inserters  to lower your mailing costs. The sima220 utilizes and efficient single-operator workflow to automate the presorting and letter tray preparation process at speeds up to 2,000 trays per hour. The sima220, which can be changed over in less than 10 minutes and is suitable for complex, high-integrity direct mail and matching applications as it also inspects envelopes for open seal flaps, non-readable IMB barcodes and rejects  are automatically diverted prior to reaching the tray filling station. The sima220 also prints tray tags and provides comprehensive tray content reporting. 

W+D North America is the exclusive sales and service provider in North American direct mail segment for the sima220 Auto Tray Filling System, Buhrs BV Paper and Film Wrapping Systems as well as the complete line of W+D envelope inserters, envelope converters and digital envelope overprinting solutions.

 

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