Liechtenstein Post has received two new mSorter OCR stations to speed up the mail handling in their delivery hubs.
“We have been very happy with our mSorter OCR 200 LF stations in Schaan and wanted to expand the fleet also to our new delivery hub in Gamprin-Bendern. Cooperation with Mailroom Solutions has been agile and smooth – we can rely on their competence also regarding the maintenance services” says Mr Martin Hemmerle, the Head of Sorting.
Collaboration was officially started in 2019 with a pilot project. According to Mr Hemmerle, learning a new sorting method required a bit of work, but was worth it. After implementing the mSorter OCR stations, Liechtenstein Post has been able to handle most of ex-manual sorting consignments with this semi-automated system: “Mailroom Solutions has been able to implement various adjustments, based on our specific needs. In addition, the possibilities of statistical evaluation and investigation are also very interesting.”
The Mailroom Solutions Team wishes happy sorting to the staff of Liechtenstein Post and wants to thank you for warm hospitality during the installation trip to Liechtenstein!
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