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Parcel Sortation Systems for Air and Road Transporters from Industrial Conveying (Aust)

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Automated parcel sortation systems designed by Industrial Conveying (Aust) Pty Ltd are proving to be effective for air and road transporter companies in Australia, handling and sorting parcel freight.  

Automated sortation systems were developed by the materials handling specialist as superior alternatives for Australian companies operating manual sortation systems in major cities.  

Industrial Conveying offers customised turnkey fully automated parcel and satchel sortation systems for various companies.  

Key advantages of the sortation systems include application of international standards in processes as well as flexibility to accommodate future growth.  

Industrial Conveying’s customised sortation solutions include: 

  • Supply of engineering input to develop a total sortation system solution
  • Design and supply of multiple conveyors for parcel and satchel systems
  • Remote I/O control systems and HMI interface SCADA system working in sync with any sortation system

Industrial Conveying’s parcel sortation systems are cost-effective thanks to the use of locally designed and manufactured components such as parcel induction aligning conveyors, structural items and platforms.

ICA’s large manufacturing facility based in Australia is also able to supply a significant labour component for any project.

ICA ensures that these material handling systems meet or exceed Australian OH&S requirements and all legislative obligations as well as obtain the necessary approvals prior to system handover.

These materials handling solutions also include cross belt sorters designed for bulk processing of parcels and satchels at a rate of up to 10,000 items/hour.

All parcels and satchels can be automatically cubed and weighed on induction conveyors. Bar code scanning and video coding take place prior to sortation to the destination chutes.

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