High-speed, flexible sorting with maximum eco-effectiveness

If you need a reliable sorter to deliver the right product to the right place at the right time – including during those peak moments in your order flow – then our CROSSORTER, a cross-belt sorter, is the ideal solution to meet your requirements.

Focus on sustainability

It is flexible and can handle a wide range of products. These range from very small packages (eg 1mm thick mailings and shrink-wrapped products) through to bulky items (measuring up to 1500 x 800 mm) such as odd-shaped packages and totes. Sophisticated flow control balances the volume of goods to minimise recirculation and increase capacity.

The CROSSORTER boasts 80% higher energy efficiency than conventional cross-belt sorters and is built from sustainable materials. Our commitment to the environment is that 99% of those materials can be reused, repurposed or recycled.

A range of advantages

Designed for 100% availability, the CROSSORTER delivers many benefits, including:

Vanderlande has delivered cross-belt sorters to many well-known retailers, including Urban Outfitters, Marie Claire and GAME Stores.

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