System provider BEUMER presents innovative sorting and distribution systems Raise performance, extend with modules

CeMAT India (Dec. 9 to 11) is the international trade fair for material handling, intralogistics, storage and logistics, taking place once a year in New Delhi. The BEUMER Group will be exhibiting there, and, as a system provider, will be showcasing its innovative sorting and distribution installations.

The demand for sorting and distribution systems is growing in India, particularly in the CEP market. To meet this demand, BEUMER has machines in its portfolio that can be equipped with a variety of modules and functions. BEUMER, and the Danish company Crisplant a/s, another member of the BEUMER Group, are among the world's leading suppliers of sorting and distribution systems. BEUMER will be showcasing its comprehensive expertise at its stand. This includes fully automatic sorting systems such as the Double-Density Tilt-Tray Sorter and the Crisplant LS-4000 High-Speed Loop Sorter. These machines are used throughout the world in postal and distribution centers. The equipment allows goods to be sorted quickly and carefully. The cross-belt and tilt-tray sorters generate high benefits for the user.

The BEUMER Group has also developed the OptiDrive, an efficient force-locking drive system for the high-performance sorter. It acts in both directions - in acceleration and in braking. In this way the pressing force of the drive wheel is automatically adjusted depending on the necessary drive force. This increases efficiency by up to 85 percent.

Visitors to the trade fair can learn all about BEUMER Customer Support. This includes effective customer care, flexible service agreements, custom modernization, efficient supplies of spare parts and comprehensive training for users - as well as a residential service. The Group is thus committed to its responsibility for smooth operation, on the ground and in the long term.

The sorters can be equipped with various modules and functions depending on requirements.

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