CVP Everest Named Sorting and Fulfillment Technology of the Year at this Year’s Parcel and Postal Technology International Awards
Paris, France, October 15, 2020 (GlobalNewswire) – Today, Sparck announced the CVP Everest Automated Packaging Solution has been selected as the Sorting and Fulfillment Technology of the Year by the 2020 Parcel and Postal Technology International Award show (PPTI).
The PPTI Awards, which are in their 12th year and recognize the latest developments in the postal sector, were announced this week at the Parcel+Post Expo Virtual ‘Live’ conference.
This award is the 12th global recognition Sparck Technologies has received in the past 5 years. In July of this year, the CVP Automated Packaging Solutions received the Green Supply Chain Partner Award 2020.
Quadient’s CVP Everest high-speed packaging system uses 3D scanning technology to construct tailor-made, right-sized individual corrugate boxes around soft or hard goods of variable sizes. The CVP Everest can pack up to 1,100 packages per hour, or one parcel every three seconds. The Everest generates the smallest box needed to optimize all steps of parcel fulfillment, saving on labour, shipping and material costs while increasing sustainability by eliminating excessive packaging.
“We are honored to have been selected for this prestigious Sorting and Fulfillment Technology of the Year award. As e-commerce and parcel volumes continue to grow, Sparck is committed to bringing more innovative and eco-friendly solutions to the packaging market that help our customers meet the pressures of faster delivery demands and higher labour and shipping costs.”
Bas van Steenoven | APS Global Director of Marketing at Sparck Technologies.
Parcel and Postal Technology International Award Details
Nominations for the 2020 Parcel and Postal Technology International Awards can be put forward by anyone working in the postal sector. A shortlist is then drawn up and the winners are chosen by a respected judging panel made up of leading executives from around the world.
Judge Khalil Daoud said, “The projects and entries this year were almost all responsive to the Covid-19 crisis and exponential growth in e-commerce. The transformation revolved around digital platforms but also focused on convenience. The winning entries were judged on their flexible offer and the accommodation of clients’ preferences at every stage of the transaction in a seamless way, creating a smart synergy to leverage the retail network.”
Learn more about the CVP Impack or CVP Everest Automated Packaging Solutions. To view the official award show of the Parcel and Postal Technology International Awards, click here.