Concerned that the labour cost of your project is going to be astronomical? Think again. Our high-speed envelope enclosing and polywrapping service helps us achieve a daily output of more than 300,000 items.
If you’re looking for reliable, high-speed fulfilment of envelopes and film-enclosed mailers, look no further.
Because we do more than simply inserting. With a wide range of feed options and intelligent systems, our flexible machines can do all sorts.
Whether you’re after feed, pick and place, glue or tip on, camera matching, batch folding, inserting variable page mailers or validation, we can help you there.
See, we can guarantee that the contents of every one of your packs will be perfectly matched. That’s because our enclosing machines are fitted with camera matching and validation technology. We can read OMR, 1D barcodes, 2D Datamatric and OCR fonts too.
And if your mailing job’s of the sensitive nature, we’ll use image archiving and mail piece reporting for added integrity.
With detailed setups supported by robust quality management and a skilled team of operators, the advantages are astonishing. We’re talking super fast turnarounds, accurate mailings and competitive prices here.
It’s the simple reason why Flow’s machine enclosing service is the option of choice for hundreds of our clients.
With transactional or variable page direct mail fulfilment on a dedicated Buhrs BB600, you’ll reap the benefits of highly responsive, intelligent systems with hugely flexible, selective feeders. We’ve integrated the industry’s fastest variable document feeder, accumulator and folder too. That’s how we can feed 400 m/min, over 75,000 A4 portrait sheets per hour, with a direct link to your database.
Combined with our pre-production systems, we can blend multiple non-sortable mail runs into a single, efficient and mail-sort-compatible product. It’s the reason you’ll get a faster turnaround time, better quality control and an overall reduction in cost.
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