Neopost Launches IJ35 and IJ45 Digital InkJet Mailing Systems
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--Aug. 21, 2002--Neopost, the worldwide provider of mailing, addressing, document handling and logistics systems, launches its newest compact digital IJ35 and IJ45 mailing systems in the U.S. market. The IJ35 and IJ45 are the ideal solution for small businesses with occasional large-volume mailings. These systems are the latest additions to Neopost's series of new digital mailing systems that are IBI compliant.
Neopost's IJ35 and IJ45 can accommodate fluctuating mailing needs within small business organizations to increase productivity and efficiency. These user-friendly, digital inkjet mailing systems run quietly, making them pleasant to operate. The IJ35 and IJ45's aesthetically pleasing, compact design blends into any office workplace and offers the benefit of keeping valuable desk space uncluttered. Unlike most entry-level machines, the IJ35 and IJ45 feature a unique Autofeed option that offers automatic feeding of mail, which is especially helpful during peak periods such as end-of-month billing.
Neopost's innovative inkjet printing technology, which meets USPS Digital Meter requirements, allows the IJ35 and IJ45 to print high-quality text and image messaging. In addition, the IJ35 and IJ45 host the following timesaving features: automatic feeding; easy-to-use push button keypad; Click `N Snap ink cartridge for effortless cleaning and re-inking; and automatic date change. The IJ35 and IJ45 are priced competitively, and come in several different configurations to meet customer applications.
The IJ35 and IJ45 digital mailing systems are available through Neopost's network of more than 150 branch offices and dealer locations throughout North America. For sales information, call the customer hotline at 1-888-Neopost (636-7678), or visit www.neopostinc.com.
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