OPEX Corporation Introduces the RJ7 Reject Processor for Mailers
Press release from the issuing company
Moorestown, NJ - August 15, 2002 -- OPEX Corporation has recently introduced the RJ7 Reject Processor, a system intended to turn rejected mail that was processed on current sorting equipment into properly barcoded mail using state-of-the-art technology, cost effective processing and advanced functions. The RJ7 is designed for single-person operation and processes up to 7,200 pieces of #10 mail per hour.
Of special interest to certified mailers, the machine offers the following features:
¸ Ability to read handwritten mail
¸ FASTforward™ capability/compliance
¸ Verifier & in-line labeler
¸ Windows-based interface
¸ Multiple OCR’s (highest read rates)
¸ Increased look-up time via an Indexer
¸ Four programmable sort bins
¸ Mail tray holder
"Pre-sort departments will benefit from the direct processing of barcoding rejected mail with the RJ7, which eliminates the turnaround time and expense of video encoding," according to Jeff Geshay, OPEX Corporation’s Vice President of Sales. "RJ7 can impact your mail handling operations by reducing the number of rejects that are sent out by as much as 70% per day."
In addition to the RJ7, OPEX offers a complete line of sorting equipment that is designed for both incoming and outgoing capabilities. OPEX sets the highest performance standards for its products and is dedicated to achieving excellence through innovative technology and superior customer service. The company is located in Moorestown, NJ, with European locations in both Paris, France and Manchester, England.
OPEX will be displaying the RJ7 at the upcoming Xplor Show in Anaheim, CA. To find out more about the RJ7 and how OPEX can help you find an automated solution to your mailing needs, please visit them at the Xplor Show (Booth # 873). www.opex.com.
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