Royal Mail chooses Datalogic for new parcel sorting systems

Royal Mail chooses Datalogic for new parcel sorting systems

Royal Mail has chosen Datalogic to implement a new parcel sorting system in around 20 mail centres across the UK. The companies said that the automated parcels sorting machines will improve the speed and efficiency of parcels sorting at the mail centres, and also enable enhanced tracking of barcoded parcels in the Royal Mail network.

Datalogic was awarded the contract to deliver these systems and will provide a turnkey solution that includes:

  • Design Engineering, Software, Controls, Program Management, Subcontractor Management, Installation, Commissioning, Training and Support.
  • Automated unloading of parcels.
  • Transportation conveyors and induction equipment, etc.
  • Dimension, weigh, and scan systems (DWS).
  • Robust MIS/IS support.
  • ASortation System.

The order has a total value of around 29 million Euros (approximately $32.5 million USD).

“We are very proud that a demanding and significant player in the postal market such as Royal Mail has chosen Datalogic as a preferred supplier,” said Valentina Volta, CEO of Datalogic Industrial Automation.

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