LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Nov. 14, 2012) -
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Neopost Limited, Europe's leading supplier of mailroom solutions, has provided the Royal Borough of Greenwich Council with an IS-6000 franking machine, a state of the art mailing system which can automatically seal and frank variously sized envelopes at a rate of 260 letters per minute. The IS-6000 also features the ability to weigh and measure mail in-line, automatically categorising it according to Royal Mail regulations.
Servicing seven directorates, the postroom manages almost every aspect of the Council's incoming and outgoing mail, amounting to an average of 20,000 items per day. It was therefore essential to acquire a robust franking machine that could provide effective solutions to manage costing for the Council's various departments.
Sue King Financial Support Service Manager for Royal Borough of Greenwich commented, "When we first saw the demonstration of the IS-6000 we felt it was robust and reliable, it had all the features we were looking for, and was offered at a competitive price. Since then the IS-6000 has delivered on all of our expectations. Overall we've been really pleased with both the professional service we've had from Neopost and the quality of the IS-6000."
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Neopost is the European leader and number two world-wide supplier of mailing solutions. It has a direct presence in 18 countries, with 5,600 employees and annual sales of EUR1003 million in 2011. Its products and services are sold in more than 90 countries, and the Group has become a key player in the markets for mailroom equipment and logistics solutions. Neopost supplies the most technologically advanced solutions for franking, folding and inserting and addressing as well as logistics management and traceability. Neopost also offers a full range of services, including consultancy, maintenance and financing solutions.
Neopost is listed in the A compartment of Euronext Paris and belongs notably to the SBF 120 Index.
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