Making its debut at Parcel+Post Expo 2021, Japanese sensor manufacturer Keyence is showcasing its latest developments in barcode reading technology, ranging from dynamic handheld computers to plug-and-play readers for sorting systems.
Since its first installation in 2019, the Equinox LR-sorter has proved its usefulness for parcel and e-commerce companies. Customers include Nova Poshta, Ingram Micro and Grupo Mox. But much has changed since then: e-commerce and parcel shipping numbers have increased and the demand for throughput has intensified.
Bag Pro and Lug Europa design and manufacture three main types of solutions dedicated to the changing and growing last-mile delivery market: B2B boxes and satchels for parcels or food delivery, last-mile trolleys, and delivery bags and backpacks.
K-Ryole’s electric bicycle trailer can tow 1.3m3 of cargo and is designed, produced and assembled in France. Its ‘zero weight sensation’ technology works thanks to a real-time effort measurement system.
The wearable Handheld RS60 ring scanner is a comfortable hands-free scanning solution for the warehouse. Designed to be worn on either the right or left hand, this lightweight powerhouse excels at intensive scanning tasks so your workforce can maximize productivity while keeping their hands free.
Plastics specialist Faigle will showcase its new catalog of wheels for intralogistics systems at the 2021 Parcel+Post Expo. The catalog provides a useful overview of the company’s wide range of standard wheels for luggage and parcel sortation systems, conveyor systems and warehouse logistics systems.
BlueCrest sortation technology is trusted by national posts, private posts and commercial businesses across the globe. Taking center stage at Parcel+Post Expo 2021 will be BlueCrest’s SortEngine 360 platform with integrated OCR technology.
Anyline is empowering carriers to go ‘beyond the barcode’ with the launch of its new SDK (software development kit), which includes the most extensive suite of mobile data capture solutions for logistics and the last mile.
Japanese company Aidea has started sales of the new AA-Cargo throughout Europe. Available in two different power tunings, this commercial tricycle has many high-spec safety features: powerful LED headlight, detachable and height-adjustable roof, crystal-clear windshield, sun visor and double-speed wipers with dedicated washer tank.
With a delivered power of 24kW (DC) or 22kW (AC), the KEYWATT 24 Station will charge all EVs on the market in 1-1.5 hours. Two charging points are available thanks to the simultaneous charge capability.
Never have so many e-commerce and retail trends converged to dramatically reshape the postal industry. You know the challenges posts face when responding to today’s demands using yesterday’s technology.
Transportation of goods and commodities in the last mile is becoming exceedingly important in today’s economy. The ever-increasing number of online purchases has spurred the development of delivery options and continues to inspire innovation in the logistics industry.
In the post and parcel industry, the bar for meeting consumer demands is high. Short lead times, smaller orders, greater diversity of all product shapes and sizes and late cut-off times must all be balanced against a cost-effective operation.
Lodamaster Grup has extensive experience in integrating and manufacturing postal, parcel and e-commerce sortation systems and telescopic conveyors using simple, efficient, space-saving designs. The company will show its divert sorter and telescopic conveyor at the expo.
Managing information with carriers is a key success factor for posts and the efficiency of their supply chains. Posts and airlines can exchange operational information through the existing UPU standard known as CARDIT/RESDIT exchange
The growth of the e-commerce market has led to increasing demand for packaging made of paper and corrugated board. Kern’s PackOnTime 2box multi-format packaging system produces high-quality boxes made of corrugated board in a customized shipping package for any type of order.
The KePol Flex system will be officially presented for the first time at the upcoming Parcel+Post Expo 2021 in Vienna. With the KePol Flex parcel locker, the handover experts from Keba have developed a sophisticated solution that allows quick and cost-saving outdoor installations.
Kardinal supports logistics players in the digitalization and optimization of transportation operations. It provides its clients with solutions dedicated to optimizing operational performance for more efficient, agile and sustainable logistics.
NBT, also known as Norsk Bibliotektransport, is a full-scale logistics service supplier. Its main business is handling the transportation of books to libraries all over Norway, but it’s now turning to the parcel business to transport packages, internal mail and materials for private and public companies and the e-commerce sector.
The Greenplan algorithm makes tour planning more efficient and sustainable. As a cutting-edge, cloud-based solution, Greenplan exploits the full potential of smart tour planning and intelligent last-mile logistics.
Converting bulk into singulated flow has always been one of the most challenging aspects of automated parcel sortation. Historically, there have been two options: either a manual (time-consuming) approach or an automated solution with an associated price tag.
Prolistic has two brand-new products coming to market. First is the E-Sorter, an affordable turnkey e-commerce sorter from Swisssort. It boasts performance up to 7,200 items per hour and can sort all kinds of e-commerce material (plastic-wrapped parcels, brochures, catalogs, etc).
Scandit’s newest ID Scanning software is designed for courier and last-mile companies. It helps verify the identification of the recipient for age-restricted deliveries such as alcohol or tobacco via any smart device equipped with a camera.
The EuroSort Split Tray Sorter has over 100 installations in postal applications worldwide. EuroSort will bring its Split Tray Sorter to the show, including the specialized Postal Chute that brings unique advantages for companies needing to sort to mailsacks and containers.
SICK AG’s 4th generation image-based code reader (ICR) handles even the most difficult reading tasks. It identifies all common 1D barcodes and 2D matrix codes at high throughputs of more than 18,000 objects per hour and conveyor speeds of up to 4m/s.
Voltia has been providing clients with electric vans that make sense in terms of high reliability, performance and cost for over a decade.
Wipotec’s HC-FL-T catchweigher combines three hardware scales into six virtual scales that are all able to work independently of one another. The triple-scale design delivers a 60% throughput increase at the same speed compared with a double-scale design, while guaranteeing first-class performance and durability.
Giro’s GeoRoute software helps postal operators throughout their entire planning and optimization processes for last-mile mail and parcel operations – from strategic, long-term planning to dynamic optimization on the day of operation.
The EAE Flow family welcomes a new member: the IAS. With an impressive track record, the EAE Flow Controls system is a software platform that can control a large variety of intralogistics transport and sortation systems.
BeeVision invests in the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in every aspect of warehouse automation and will showcase the new AI-powered BeeVision 182 static dimensioning system, BeeVision 190 dynamic dimensioning system and the connected BeeHive cloud solution.
PackageX is on a mission to dominate last-yard delivery and first-yard shipping for mail and packages. At Parcel+Post Expo, the company will showcase two product/technology capabilities: Mailroom and Dispatch.
Citibox is a parcel box solution that enables 100% first-attempt deliveries to any carrier in a more efficient and transparent way, and provides a better and more sustainable service to online shoppers in residential buildings.