Quadient’s high-velocity CVP Everest hits ecommerce peaks with 1,000+ packages per hour
Quadient, formerly Quadient, has launched the CVP Everest, the latest high velocity fit-to-size auto-boxing system from Sparck Technologies capable of tailor-making over 1,100 e-commerce packages per hour.
Designed to help large ecommerce businesses hit peak volumes, the new super-fast machine has the potential to replace between 20 – 30 packing desks, giving it a rapid ROI and making it a highly attractive solution for busy e-tailers constrained by labour resource issues.
A key advantage of the CVP Everest is that it uses a glue-gun system to affix an individually sized lid to each tailor-made package. This allows much faster speeds for high-volume operations and far smaller package sizes than is possible with tape-sealed systems – all of which enables the new machine to cater for a far broader order profile at much higher speeds.
With a capacity to tailor-make 1,100 packages per hour for multiple or single order items, Sparck Technologies’s fit-to-size automated solution is ideal for e-commerce operations faced with increasing order volumes and labour shortages. The CVP Everest effortlessly measures, constructs, seals, weighs and labels each parcel in a seamless process – reducing package volumes by up to 50%, cutting cardboard usage by 20% and eliminating the need for void fill. And, as no tape is used cardboard can be more easily recycled.