CMS can machine sort up to 20,000 items per hour

CMS can machine sort up to 20,000 items per hour

Specialist mailroom outsourcing and timed delivery expert CMS has announced the launch of its new technology which sorts up to 20,000 items per hour with the unique ability to take an image of every item as it passes through their network.

“This technology is pioneering for the industry and provides absolute mail integrity something regulatory distributors have been waiting for,” said CMS, in a statement sent to Post&Parcel today (5 December). ” The high speed sortation also enables CMS to streamline their processes, calculating the correct weight and format during sortation preventing human error and maximising savings. All items that leave CMS are barcoded therefore they can now offer a robust returns service reaffirming the Company’s one-stop-shop ethos.”

Speaking about the new technology Steve Stokes, CEO at CMS, said “Our customers can have the confidence that their mail and parcels have been reliably sorted and tracked with our absolute, trusted, unique product range. We strive for an exceptional quality of service and our new machine capability of 20,000 items per hour expands our offering. We have worked very hard to support our services with a joined up approach to billing through the machine, and our newly released final mile delivery label platform allowing our clients to make the most of our ‘One Stop Shop’ solution.”

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