The machine was developed by Neopost Technologies B.V. in the Netherlands. Based in Drachten, the company is part of the Neopost Group and is globally active in processing mail, transport services and digital communication. With its highly awarded CVP-500, Neopost is now tapping into a new, rapidly growing market and primarily addresses numerous online traders worldwide.
One of Neopost’s first-ever clients was Lasaulec B.V., a technical wholesaler located in Heerenveen, NL with its own online shop. According to the company's information, using this packaging system enables Lasaulec to save 150,000 to 200,000 euros annually on packaging materials. It also means the company can despatch many more parcels daily to its customers using a ‘same-day service’.
Different versions of KTR’s ROTEX GS series servo couplings are installed in the axes of the CVP-500. Diversely sized couplings made from differing materials with varying shore hardness enable the machine to convey, cut, fold and seal corrugated board. The couplings ensure reliable and precise positioning, contributing to the ideal transport packaging.