MHS reveals two new products during its first-ever Parcel+Post Expo

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First-time exhibitor MHS has launched two new sorting solutions at Parcel+Post Expo in the Netherlands, Amsterdam. The company, which acquired VanRiet and OCM in 2018, unveiled the HC-Loop cross belt system and the HC Smalls Sorter at the event.

The HC-Loop is a reliable and efficient cross belt sorter, which has been developed to ensure the highest availability of the system. Together with a high control and low maintenance, it has a sense load feature, which ensures high throughput and the best loading strategy for parcels.

With a modular design, different types of layouts are possible – it can be supplied in straight and curved sections, and in inclined, declined or double layout. With high quality components, stainless steel parts and offering low noise, the new cross belt is a balanced system that has been designed to respect the workplace and the environment.

To see the HC-Loop system in action via an impressive video visit booth 430 at Parcel+Post Expo 2019.

The HC Smalls Sorter is a shoesorter capable of sorting the smallest and lightest parcels in the market. A unique feature is that is can sort items that are just 0.5mm in height and 0.05kg in weight. The solution is also compact, quiet and modular. It can be provided with a high number of exits at a pitch of 650mm or 900mm.

Parcel and Postal Technology International magazine will be speaking exclusively to MHS International CEO Markus Augeneder about the new products and the company’s plans for the future. The interview will be published on www.parcelandpostaltechnologyinternational.com in the next few weeks.

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