• OPEX assist Birmingham City Council

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          Opex desk machine

          Some 6000 items arrive daily and an ongoing link is maintained between 30 separate Council premises and 220 service areas. The team takes pride in ensuring that incoming items are clarified and reach the correct department quickly and correctly. Of particular importance are delicate or financial documents such as cheques, parking payments, benefit requests and passports which have to be handled accurately with care.

          The impressive array of OPEX technology includes a fine-tuned feeder for handling intermixed envelopes of various thicknesses with reliable ease. The machine automatically adapts to variations such as irregular envelopes and the auto-jog unit shifts contents away from the two cut edges to maximise contents protection. All of which translates in to major time and floor space savings, enhanced performance and quality of output all backed by ongoing OPEX support and service.

          For further details of the OPEX range of openers and scanners please call 01204 388838: email Slee@opex.com or visit www.opex.com

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