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TRECO Postal exhibits at Post-Expo 2018

We will showcase our products in Hamburg.

At Post-Expo 2018 in Hamburg, TRECO Postal will once again showcase its customized postal equipment.

After giving a sneak peek at last year’s event, we will finally unveil our brand new Solitaire Robot. This sorting robot replaces the need for manual sorting racks.

We are officially launching the Solitaire Robot at Post-Expo 2018 on stand B1.425 and B1.427 where we will give product demonstrations.

An exciting product launch

The main function of this sorting machine is the sequencing of rest mail, mixed mail, and flats up to 32 mm. The robot sorts these types of mail in a sequenced order like cards in the card game Solitaire.

Our new sorting machine solves an increasing problem in a cost-effective manner by minimizing manpower. The Solitaire Robot has low running costs because it requires minimal manpower.

The sorting machine is low-maintenance and also has a small footprint. All of these factors combined mean that the Solitaire Robot has an attractive return on investment (ROI). 

Our engineers have spent years developing the Solitaire Robot. Now we are finally ready to reveal the robot. We cannot wait to show the world what the Solitaire Robot can do. 

We will also showcase an ergonomic sorting rack with multiple routes and an electronic community mailbox.

About Post-Expo 2018

Post-Expo 2018 takes place at Hamburg Messe in Hamburg, Germany on 9 – 11 October 2018.

The annual event has become the world’s largest international conference and exhibition for the global post, parcel, and courier industries. You can read more about the event on the official website

For the 21st consecutive year, TRECO Postal participates in Post-Expo. We were an exhibitor at the very first event in 1997 and have participated every year since.

We are very excited to showcase our some of our customized postal equipment at Post-Expo 2018 and look forward to seeing new and familiar faces on stand B1.425 and B1.427.