iCart materials handling solution
The iCart™ is a robotic guided vehicle system which eliminates the need for manually operated logistics systems and provides a way to move materials directly around the mail room with no operator involvement.
The iCart™ is a cutting edge product for the mailing industry removing the need for operators to manoeuvre heavy pallets around the mailroom and can work 24 hours a day without having to take breaks, greatly improving productivity and reducing labour costs.
We believe the iCart™ is potentially the next revolution in mailing industry and we are delighted to have the exclusive rights to sell the product to the market. .
The product can be used alongside systems such as Kern 60L which stacks envelopes into postal trays, to both deliver raw materials to the system and take away the finished postal trays.
The iCart™ works by using radio frequency ID tags located around the mail room to enable it to determine the route it should follow to deliver or collect materials from a variety of locations.
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Stuart Blay, head of printing and dispatch at SSE, explains that Kern was the obvious partner choice due to its reputation for reliability and service. “We chose Kern as our supplier because their machines suited our needs – the other machines that we looked at just didn’t perform to the standards we require as a company. We previously had an old inserter, but we needed something faster. The Kern machines are ideal, and their reputation gave us the confidence to work with them.” Stuart adds: “We enjoy a positive relationship with Kern and their engineers. I am also impressed by the level of knowledge of their staff and they seem to be trained to a high standard. We are happy to recommend their service.”
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