Neopost to Exhibit at POST-EXPO Latin America
Neopost to exhibit at POST-EXPO Latin America – the first dedicated postal exhibition and conference that the region has ever hosted – on April 16th and 17th in Brasilia.
Neopost is delighted to announce that it will participate in POSTEXPO Latin America, the first dedicated postal exhibition and conference that the Latin American region has ever hosted.
POST-EXPO Latin America is an international high-level event focused on developing the postal, parcel and courier industries within the region. The event will take place on April 16th and 17th at the Centro de Eventos e Convencoes Brasil 21 in Brasilia and will review strategies that postal services around the world have adopted through the years and highlight successful business models.
The event provides Neopost with an excellent opportunity to showcase some of its intelligent and innovative mailing and shipping solutions to facilitate mail and parcel handling. Neopost will be located at stand 2055 and will exhibit the DS-35, an ergonomic and eco-friendly folder-inserter for low-volume mailing; the DS-75, a compact, low noise folder inserter for mid-volume mailings;the IS-6000 franking machine, which sets a new standard for mailing system productivity, operability, and efficiency; and the IS-350, a desktop powerhouse that makes it simple to weigh, size, frank and track mail with accuracy.
Gavin Macrae, Group Executive Director for Corporate Partnerships, said: “I’m really excited about this event. We have been participating in POST-EXPO European events for many years – being involved in this first Latin-American event will contribute to building our understanding of the postal trends and issues that this unique market faces. Developing such an understanding will help us to tailor our solutions to market requirement through applying hardware and software interfaces that are easy to use, implement, and that help pave the way for substantial cost reduction. Come and visit the stand and see why Neopost is leading the way in exploiting the mail value chain”.