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12 November 2008

The new bumper brochure from Envosort moves beyond their famous mailroom design expertise and now includes numerous clever and practical new products embracing vital themes such as Disaster & Recovery, Health & Safety and Security items – which all combine for single-source quality solutions.

As regards Disaster & Recovery – this increasingly requested concept allows for the products and the means to store a vital “replica” mailroom in mothball off-site, and Envosort’s noted free consultancy and CAD design service can be tailored to individual clients’ needs.In modern business environments, furniture and health & safety issues tend to merge – and new Envosort products to note include both manually and electrically operated adjustable tables and units – the latter including a mid section which opens to reveal wire storage boxes and can be closed for a uniform surface. A floor standing tambour sorting cabinet avoids stretching, whilst wall-mounted sort boxes, sack holders and folding tables can be adapted for position and height. In general terms, external post boxes are ideal for campus or hospital locations; a slotted worktop allows for easy internal deposits; and a supported envelope sack allows for simple recycling in tandem with a sorting unit. And Envosort has also modified its popular self-contained mail centre – ideal for smaller organisations – to an essentially heavy grade plastic rather than aluminium construction.The increasingly essential subject of security is thoroughly covered in the new literature. A comprehensive selection is available covering high security lever-lock and fireproof cabinets; bullion trucks in steel or wood; a choice of four internal wire cages, and large external versions for all manner of contents. This range is very much a cost-effective investment.

And finishing on a comfortable note, the new Envosort catalogue lists ergonomic features such as conventional managers’ chairs as well as folding operator versions to save space – plus a truly thoughtful reception and service concept which allows for moular variations of shape and layout, including a sliding lower counter for disabled access.

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