Siemens to enhance parcel processing at Frankfurt airport

Siemens to enhance parcel processing at Frankfurt airport

Siemens Logistics has received an order from Deutsche Post for the International Postal Centre at Frankfurt/Main (Germany) airport.

The contract includes the integration of the high-performance VarioSort cross-belt sorter into the existing infrastructure and putting it into operation, as well as the installation of ARTread address recognition software.

Thanks to the positive trends in international mail-order business, an increasing number of parcels have to be processed at the International Postal Centre in Frankfurt.

Siemens supports Deutsche Post with reliable technology and modern software solutions for efficient processing of international items in different shapes and weight classes, and ensures close to 100 % sorting accuracy.

“The new order builds on a proven and reliable partnership with Deutsche Post”, said Michael Reichle, CEO of Siemens Logistics. “With our VarioSort and the ARTread software, we support our customer to process incoming and outgoing parcels more exactly and considerably faster.”

The new order includes the high-performance VarioSort cross-belt sorter which, with a maximum speed of 2 metres per second, reaches a peak throughput of 18,000 parcels per hour. It allows efficient sorting of even very small and lightweight items starting from 20 grams. The VarioSort can be flexibly configured and is characterised by its low maintenance requirements.

Based on optical character recognition, the ARTread software enables reliable extraction and interpretation of address information, logos and labels. Items in different shapes and packing materials as well as with varying print qualities, fonts and address layouts can be accurately processed.

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