14 Apr From 5 to 150 HC Sorters in five years: VanRiet multiplies its installations
From 5 to 150 HC Sorters in five years: VanRiet multiplies its installations
- Good uptime, high speed and great flexibility
- Especially suitable for E-Commerce and CEP service providers
- Presentation at the CeMAT in Hall 21, Stand F23
The number of installations of VanRiet Material Handling Systems HC Sorters has tripled since 2013. Another 150 shoe sorters will be installed at clients all over the world in 2018. VanRiet’s fully closed sorting solution can be used flexibly with various product groups while offering reliable sorting results. The Dutch manufacturer of automated transport and sorting solutions will present the HC Sorter at the CeMAT between 23 and 27 April. VanRiet can be found in Hall 21, Stand F23.
‘The growing demand for the HC Sorter confirms to us that it is optimally tailored to our customers’ needs’, says Rik van den Boog, CEO at VanRiet. The shoe sorter excels through its individual customisation options and high processing speeds. This makes it the ideal partner for E-Commerce and the CEP industry, where short delivery times and high shipping volumes are key. The company’s automated transport and sorting solutions are also used in the fashion, food and kitchen industries.
Demand for transport and sorting solutions is growing, not only in the German market, but also internationally. Customers in Poland, Serbia, China and the US, among others, currently rely on VanRiet solutions.
The systems integrator will take a HC Sorter to the CeMAT to demonstrate live to the visitors how it can optimize their transport and sorting processes. Its speed of up to three metres per second allows the shoe sorter to process 15,000 packages per hour. In addition, it can simultaneously transport and sort small and slim products, as well as large packages up to 50 kilogrammes. Its closed deck makes the HC Sorter the most silent solution in the market. Maintenance is low thanks to the surface slats that prevent dust or other unwanted particles from entering the sorter.