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07 October 2008

The new, heavy duty steel post box system from mailroom specialists Envosort is proving to be the optimum solution as a secure and efficient means of providing a personal collection and delivery service, especially in situations of high volumes of fluid or part-time staff.

A typical and very effective example is Roehampton University in south west London. In particular, the School of Education is the main teacher training faculty, and there the post box installation comprises a total of 130 standard units which can take up to A4 contents – whether documents or envelopes – and 10 large units to accommodate greater volumes of mail. The boxes all lock with their own key – and a master key is supplied to open all boxes - and also feature clear Perspex label holders for easy identity. They are all located on Envosort heavy duty tables, finished in a complementary light grey design with rounded edges for safety considerations, and take up minimal space against the corridor wall.

Assistant Finance Officer Barbara Mummery was responsible for this acquisition, and she is very pleased with the result. “ we receive loads of post on a continual basis, and the new boxes are a great improvement on the previous open wooden racks which we had. They operate as an excellent method of inward post for lecturers and admin staff, whilst also acting as a very practical way for students to leave items for their tutors. The overall effect is of a neat and protective design which is easy to use for all concerned and doesn’t take up precious room”.

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