BlueCrest makes debut at POST-EXPO 2018

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BlueCrest, formerly Pitney Bowes Document Messaging Technologies (DMT), made its global debut at POST-EXPO 2018. The new company offers a comprehensive line of printers, inserters, sorters and parcel solutions, and data management software, to clients around the world.

Speaking at the event, Grant Miller, president and CEO at BlueCrest, said, “We will continue to work closely with Pitney Bowes as the two companies are still very much intertwined. However, we will now be focusing on investing in new innovative solutions in our product areas to help improve efficiencies for our clients.”

New innovations on show this year from BlueCrest include mixed mail capabilities for its Vantage Sorting Solution. “Traditionally technologies that deal with these mail pieces run at approximately 14,000 per hour,” said Miller. “However, our Vantage runs up to 45,000 an hour and for this thicker mail runs at about 35,000 an hour, so it is a significant improvement in productivity.”

BlueCrest also revealed its new SortEngine360 and OneSort platform for dimensioning and data capture. The SortEngine360 allows sortation solutions to be connected across a customers’ network. The postal software technology enables multi-application and multi-site operation to optimize operations, lower cost and boost productivity. Potential or existing clients with multiple sorting machines in one location can now consolidate all their processing needs such as incoming mail, outgoing mail, tray labeling or metering into one sorter per location and network them all together with SortEngine 360.

Visit BlueCrest at POST-EXPO 2018 at stand B1.210.

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