EXPO NEWS: Fives to present latest cross-belt sorter at Post-Expo 2015

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Fives, a provider of more than 2,000 automated solutions to postal and courier companies worldwide, will be showcasing its new GENI-Belt cross-belt sorter at Post-Expo 2015 in Paris, on September 29-October 1.

Fives developed the GENI-Belt to expand the cross-belt sorter’s scope of applications, particularly when processing several product lines such as parcels, small packets, documents and flats. Now operators can use the same equipment to handle items made of materials with any type of physical properties.

The GENI-Belt can be used at variable speeds, up to 3m/s (9.8ft/s), and ensures the gentle handling of items weighing up to 80kg (176 lb), with an accuracy rate of 99.99% and a sorter capacity of up to 24,000 parcels per hour.

Fives prides itself on its ability to adapt to particular industry requirements as well as to understand and anticipate the needs of its customers. Innovation has always been a Fives principal, aiming at creating automated solutions that meet customers’ future needs in terms of flexibility, reliability and sustainability. The company places environmental performance as one of the key factors in developing its solutions and as such, the GENI-Belt cross-belt sorter allows the operator to adjust the power consumption by altering the sorting speed thanks to its eco-mode functionality. Not only this, but 92% of the materials used to make the product are recyclable.

To find out more about Fives’ GENI-Belt cross-belt sorter, visit stand 1030 at Post-Expo 2015 in Paris, France.

September 2, 2015

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