August 2007 - Neopost, the worldwide provider of mailing and shipping solutions, introduces its new line of Addressing Printers, part of a complete address printing solution for a variety of applications, from small offices to large mailrooms. Designed to save time while reducing postal expenses, the entire range of address printers is offered with optional software to provide a total addressing solution. Easy to operate, the versatile printers are ideal for mail centers managing direct marketing efforts, delivering an increased quality of professional and personalized communications.
Neopost's new line of Address Printers includes the shuttle-head technology based AS-700 and AS-710 models and the fixed-head technology based AS-830 and AS-930 models. These advanced printers offer a large range of speed from 7,000 postcards per hour up to 39,000 post cards per hour, and volume levels to support the widest range of applications. Fixed-head technology is ideal for high-volume, high-speed repetitive address printing applications. Shuttle-head technology is the best choice for customers whose mailings require a high level of personalization. This technology allows the printing of graphics, logos, codes or conditional messages of any length anywhere on an envelope. Whether sending out large amounts of standard envelopes or creative, promotional mailers, Neopost has the right solution for any job.
Neopost's new line of Addressing Printers significantly reduce mailing operation costs by leveraging postal automation discounts through automatic address validation and correction, and by eliminating duplicates sent to the same address. Designed to increase productivity and reduce mailing turnaround times, the new address printers provide high image quality and guarantee the swift delivery of documents through the postal service.
Neopost's new Addressing Printers are versatile enough to support rush or high-volume mail jobs, and are available with several options to help further increase productivity and efficiency. These options include conveyors for fast stacking of documents and envelopes, and dryers to prevent smearing and smudging of ink as documents are stacked. Coupled with Neopost's Address Management Software, the Addressing Printers eliminate cumbersome operation efforts with the new ‘Job Builder' feature. The option allows the user to enter repetitive mailing jobs into memory and to launch them at pre-set times, resulting in easier and more efficient operation.
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