FP Mailing Solutions, the fastest-growing U.S. provider of postage meters and mailing solutions for small-to-midsize businesses, is pleased to announce the PostBase 85, the newest member of the PostBase postage meter lineup of PostBase 30, 45 and 65.
The PostBase 85 can process mail pieces automatically at up to 85 letters-per-minute. That’s fast enough to easily accommodate the needs of businesses and organizations that mail up to 6,500 letters each month. This makes it a good match for large law firms, medical providers, or any organization that regularly mails large amounts of customer/marketing communications.
Sweetening the deal, FP includes its comprehensive mail software bundle that includes MailOne 2.0, which enables printing 4x6-inch
“Because we’ve seen significant positive growth in the mid-size business mailing market, we decided to build on our very popular PostBase product line to target this customer segment. The PostBase 85 is a very appealing option to businesses that need industrial-strength power and automation for mailings,” said
Based on the same platform as its PostBase siblings, the 85 also features an award-winning design, multiple color choices, a 15lb integrated scale, user-friendly color touch-screen controls, and whisper-quiet operation.
For more information about the PostBase 85 and the PostBase product line, visit fp-usa.com/postbase.
FP Mailing Solutions, an international manufacturer of postage meters, mailing systems and mailroom software, is the fastest growing postage meter provider in the U.S. Whether you have a large mailroom or own a small business, FP Mailing Solutions has the tailored postage meter system for your needs. For more information on FP Mailing Solutions, visit fp-usa.com.
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