OPEX® Releases Two New Compact Envelopeners with Milling Cutter Technology

Moorestown, NJ—January 7, 2019— OPEX® Corporation, a recognized global technology leader in high-speed mailroom automation, announced today the addition of the Series 210 Envelopener™ and the Series 410 Envelopener™ to its world-renowned OMATION® line of products.

The Series 210 incorporates many of the same key features as its predecessor, the OM2112 – such as superior milling cutter technology that provides complete edge-to-edge opening of envelopes for easy content extraction.  The proven milling cutter minimizes cut contents, and provides a soft, feathered edge for safe removal and processing. Select from one of three cut depths (an increase over the previous option of two cut depths) to match your mail types.

The Series 410 is perfect for mail centers that need to open and date stamp between 200 to 2000 envelopes per day. It includes all of the features of the Series 210 plus an inkjet printer and clear operator display for selecting from various pre-set jobs.  The printer enables printing of date and time audit trails as well as unique sequence numbers for traceable mail.

Both the Series 210 and Series 410 offers models are capable of opening envelopes at up to 400 envelopes per minute. Jon Stevens, Director of OMATION, says, “With the addition of the Series 210, we are carrying on the success of the OM2112 with a new look and additional features.  We are also extending the capabilities of the OMATION Envelopener line with the addition of the Series 410. This unit, with its printing capabilities, has created an entirely new class of affordable, reliable envelope openers.”

The Series 210 and Series 410 will make their public debut at the 2019 Business Technology Association National Conference in Orlando, FL on March 22 – 23, 2019. The units will be ready for shipment in mid-April, 2019

About OPEX Corporation

OPEX Corporation is a recognized global technology leader in high-speed mailroom solutions, document imaging, and warehouse automation.  Since 1973, OPEX has provided performance-enhancing workflows and cost-effective results to thousands of organizations around the world.  Today, OPEX systems are installed in financial services, healthcare, government, non-profit, utility, service bureau, insurance, telecommunications, and university/educational marketplaces around the world. For more information visit, www.opex.com.