Neopost exhibiting at The Print Show 2018
This month, we’re delighted to be exhibiting at The Print Show 2018 (18 – 20 September at the NEC, Birmingham, Hall 9). Now in its fourth year, it’s an event that attracts thousands of visitors and leading brands, suppliers and manufacturers in the UK print industry. You’ll be able to find Neopost at Stand P46.
UK printing – challenges and new services
We are longstanding supporters of UK printing and strive to enable print service providers to meet the challenges the industry faces by introducing new and diversified services. Through new services, customers can enjoy value and choice.
Pop by and see us at Stand P46
At the stand, we will be showcasing our leading-edge DS-600i intelligent folder inserter and Automated Inserter Management System (AIMS). The DS-600i has a modular design to suit the needs of every organisation. With a choice of tower options depending on the volume and mixture of documents to be folded and inserted into envelopes, and a processing speed of up to 6,000 envelopes an hour, it brings speed, efficiency and flexibility to outgoing mail management. For accuracy and security, AIMS is the ideal way to ensure that high volume batches are accurately fulfilled with real-time error alerts and reports on job completion.
Whether it’s equipment, software or general guidance on managing communications you’re after, the Neopost team will be on-hand to discuss your mailing and fulfilment needs. Perhaps you have a question about multi-channel communications or response handling? You might want to discuss data management and the recently introduced General Data Protection Regulation. Come along and see us; we’d love to have a chat.
You can register for free to attend The Print Show 2018, just visit https://theprintshow.reg.buzz/
We hope to see you there!
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