Neopost Introduces the IJ65, a Quiet, Digital Mailing Machine for the Office Market
Press release from the issuing company
HAYWARD, Calif., April 20, 2001 -- Neopost Inc. (www.neopost.com), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Neopost Group, the second largest provider of mailing, document handling and logistics systems worldwide, today introduces the IJ65 digital mailing machine. The IJ65 is designed specifically for the office environment, where ease of use, quiet and clean operation are most important.
The IJ65 provides better technology, productivity and control for the office through a new transport and digital printing system that automatically adjusts for different envelope thickness and prints quietly and clearly on even or uneven surfaces up to 5/8" thick. A new wider feed platform ensures smooth, stable operation on larger flats, even the usually more difficult portrait style. The IJ65 is designed for the future, featuring digital technology compliant with the USPS desire to migrate from electronic meters to digital meters.
Neopost's IJ65 digital mailing machine is as simple to use as an office copier. A large control panel, an easy-to-read display, and programmable job settings make it painless for any office staff to operate the machine. Operators can also be designated and assigned passwords for improved security. Long lasting Click n' Snapä ink cartridges make re-inking clean and uncomplicated. Integrated mail accounting helps offices monitor and allocate costs for more control of their mailing budgets. These advanced features, combined with ample speed at 135 letters per minute, make the IJ65 the most efficient, user friendly and secure mailing system for the office environment.
"The automatic features of Neopost's IJ65 digital mailing machine make it easy for office staff, who are not trained mail operators, to efficiently process mail," said Jerome Agnola, Neopost's mailing systems product manager. "The IJ65's unique combination of advanced features, attractive design and quiet operation establishes Neopost as the leader in digital mailing technology for the office environment, and digital technology assures customers of USPS compliance well into the future."
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