Neopost Announces Solution for Mid-Volume Mailing Needs
Press release from the issuing company
Neopost, the worldwide provider of mailing, addressing, document handling and mail management systems, introduces its new digital mailing system, the IJ 70. Ideal for mid-volume mailing, the IJ 70 provides mailrooms and offices with increased productivity while eliminating errors and reducing costs.
The IJ 70 intelligently processes up to 150 letters per minute while calibrating length, width, and thickness up to 5/8” to ensure the proper amount of postage is applied to each piece.
The user-friendly IJ 70 simplifies the mailing process further by automatically adjusting for document thickness and advancing the date on the meter, as well as featuring ten preset job functions. Perfect for tracking departmental costs, the IJ 70 allows up to 200 departments to charge back their own postage while using their own pin codes to ensure security.
This mailing system also includes advanced digital ink jet technology for crisp, clean printing of the United States Postal Service? (USPS) mandated IBIP 2D barcodes. The IJ 70 even prints cleanly on large-format envelopes and portrait-style flats.
For increased flexibility, the IJ 70 offers a modular design with additional mailing features, including a differential weighing platform, high-capacity stacker, thermal roll tape dispenser, and additional departments for mail accounting.
The IJ 70 digital mailing system is 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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