Category Archive for: ‘Product News’

Archive Archive for the 'Product News' Category

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NPI’s exclusive interview with kathy ireland®

Posted on October 27th, 2017 | Posted in Parcel News, Presort News, Press Releases, Product News

Worldwide Business with kathy ireland®: See NPI Introduce Their Revolutionary Automation Technology Products – Xstream, Developed to Meet E-Commerce Shipping Demands Tune in to Fox Business Network as sponsored programming and Bloomberg International on Sunday, October 29, 2017. See market-by-market listings below. Los Angeles, CA – October 24, 2017 — Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® is pleased to announce an exclusive interview with NPI Chief Operating Offficer Brent Daboub, who will discuss the company’s innovative mail and parcel sorting. Since

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Newgistics introduces SmartLabel+

Posted on June 27th, 2017 | Posted in Parcel News, Press Releases, Product News

Newgistics demonstrates their new SmartLabel+ at IRCE 2017 in Chicago, IL. Watch the video to learn about how SmartLabel+ can help you save money while making your customers happier.

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How NPI automation helped one leading shipper tackle its e-commerce problem

Posted on June 30th, 2016 | Posted in Presort News, Press Releases, Product News

Recognizing that the rapid rise of e-commerce has sent the shipping industry scrambling, NPI set out to create an automated solution that could not only help these companies sort more parcels faster, but also realize the business advantages of automation. NPI developed the Xstream, a small-footprint solution that has a throughput of up to 30,000 parcels and flats per hour depending on package size. See how NPI’s Xstream is helping one of the world’s largest shippers sort parcels faster and

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The Xstream – New high-speed Flats and Parcel sorter

Posted on November 12th, 2012 | Posted in Product News

NPI is pleased to announce our new high-speed Flats and Parcel sorter. The Xstream is capable of sorting up to 30,000 pieces per hour.