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Bell and Howell Partners with Cleveron to Bring Parcel Terminal Delivery to North America

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Announcement Made at GRAPH EXPO

Durham, N.C., – Bell and Howell has partnered with Cleveron, a postal technology company based in Estonia, to jumpstart parcel terminal delivery in North America. The announcement was made at GRAPH EXPO in Chicago. Cleveron is the developer of CleverBox, PackRobot and other parcel delivery solutions.

As the most developed eCommmerce market in the world, North America presents the biggest challenge and opportunity for the most comfortable and cost-efficient parcel delivery format – automated parcel terminals. Bell and Howell and Cleveron see a high potential and have decided to join forces to introduce the most innovative parcel terminals to all market players. Both companies see a potential for 15,000 parcel terminals in five years.

"Bell and Howell, with its long history and full coverage across North America, is an ideal partner for our initiative to introduce this delivery format to the market," said Arno Kütt, CEO of Cleveron.

"With its in-house operational experience and focus on end-user experience, Cleveron not only has the best technology in the market, but also the holistic approach to terminal delivery proven by results," added Ramesh Ratan, CEO of Bell and Howell.

For additional information, contact marketing@bhemail.com or call 1-800-220-3030. Visit www.bellhowell.net or www.facebook.com/BellandHowell, or follow @bellandhowell on Twitter.

For more information on Cleveron, visit www.cleveron.eu or email info@cleveron.eu.


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