Bell and Howell recently announced that it will be introducing its new Ascender 16 inserting system during an event in Illinois this October.
The latest offering from Bell and Howell, designed to provide a throughput of up to 16,000 insertions per hour, is capable of supporting multiple applications, changing over from flats to letters in minutes, offering greater mailpiece integrity.
Mailers using Ascender 16 inserter will now be able to easily manage short, mid-length, and long runs.
Bell and Howell is one of the premier providers of solutions and services for paper-based and digital messaging.
“The Ascender 16 defines the benchmark for flexibility, integrity and swift changeover in high-speed inserting, and delivers all of the benefits associated with increased production and improved efficiencies,” said Gordon Galloway, director of Inserter Marketing.
Bell and Howell designed the changeover process to ensure maximized run time, enhanced repeatability and elevated application changes for greater simplicity. Similar to all other inserting systems from Bell and Howell, the Ascender 16 has also been designed with the Navigator system controller and Harmonix productivity management software.
These solutions provide an enhanced level of productivity and integrity, and serve to enhance operator productivity. The solutions provide users with benefits such as production reporting in greater detail, easier management of third-party peripherals, and connectivity with an ADF environment – which includes the company's IQ Software Suite.
Bell and Howell provides its customers with a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and services designed to support paper-based and digital messaging. The company has its headquarters in Durham, N.C and branch offices in Wheeling, Ill., Bethlehem, Pa., Waterloo, ON (News - Alert) and Rochester, N.Y.
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