Toshiba brings industry-leading technologies to Post-Expo 2016

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Toshiba Corporation is showcasing its integrated solutions for postal and logistics operations, and its robotic automation solution for handling packets and parcels on Stand 7045 at Post-Expo Hong Kong 2016, which is being held in Hong Kong on May 24-26.

Toshiba developed the world’s first automated mail processing system in 1967, and since then has provided more than 1,500 postal solutions in 20 countries including Canada, Serbia, Brazil, Singapore and Russia. The company’s latest system processes 42,000 letters an hour, and combines a high read accuracy rate with low noise levels, low power consumption and low lifecycle costs. In 2015, these performance advantages helped Toshiba win contracts from Australia Post and Taiwan’s Chunghwa Post with a combined value of over US$60m.

“Our global experience and technological advantages support us in reaching out to customers across Asia and Oceania,” says Sadao Sekine, vice president of Toshiba’s Infrastructure Systems & Solution Company. “We are delighted to have won major orders from Australia Post and Chunghwa Post last year, and we will continue to enhance our business in this exciting and strategically important region.

“Our postal solutions are not limited to letters. We can meet our clients’ needs with logistics systems, and with systems upgrades and total solutions from equipment supply through to operation.”

For more information on Post-Expo Hong Kong 2016, click here.

May 24, 2016

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