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Good relationship between BRT (Bartolini) and Vanderlande Industries results in 19th Posisorter order



Good relationship between BRT (Bartolini) and Vanderlande Industries results in 19th Posisorter order


May 16, 2012  


The close cooperation between the Italian express freight
operator BRT (formerly known as Bartolini) and Vanderlande Industries is
continuing positively, and has now resulted in the 19th order by BRT
for a sortation system from Vanderlande.

 
BRT’s
expansion plan means the company will soon open a new hub located in
Perugia, the central Italian city that is famous for its chocolate. The
sortation system now ordered will form the heart of the new Perugia hub,
which will be one of the largest centres in the BRT network.

Proven Posisorter concept

BRT again chose a Posisorter from Vanderlande Industries because of
its proven concept. The system will handle up to 8,800 parcels per hour
with 9 infeeds and a total of 47 destination chutes. The sorter will be
delivered in December 2012, and the new hub is scheduled to go live
during the first week of 2013.
 
High-capacity, high-accuracy sorting of a wide range of products
The
Posisorter provides positive high-capacity and high-accuracy sorting of
a wide range of products. This horizontal, high-speed sorting conveyor
has full-width extruded aluminium carriers on which moulded divert shoes
are mounted. These shoes slide across the carriers, pushing the
products gently into the output spurs in a diagonal movement. The
construction of the carriers creates a closed deck, so that no objects
can fall through or become stuck. Maintenance is quick and simple, with a
patented ‘plug-and-play’ carrier design that allows a shoe to be
changed in less than 60 seconds, using only an Allen key.

 

 

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