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Sorting regulars

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The ability to sort a complete product range within the required timeframe and to the correct outgoing dock – without the need for manual intervention – is often a depot’s fundamental challenge.

Vanderlande offers a complete range of line and loop sorters to suit individual needs. The optimum system depends on the different sizes, weights and types of products that are being handled. Other important factors to be considered are the required capacity, and the size and shape of the main operations building.

The POSISORTER and TRUXORTER form part of the company’s line-sorting technology solutions. Vanderlande’s loop-sorting equipment includes a range of different CROSSORTERs.

Our Sorting regulars products

Sorting regulars

VERTISORTER

Vanderlande’s VERTISORTER sorts regular and irregular parcels vertically from one conveyor belt to two others, placed one above the other.

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Sorting regulars

TRUXORTER (pop-up sorter)

Vanderlande’s TRUXORTER (pop-up sorter) provides smooth and gentle sorting for a wide range of products, with a capacity of up to 5,000 parcels per hour.

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Sorting regulars, Sorting smalls/flyers

SERVICECART@EASE

Vanderlande’s SERVICECART@EASE enables human access to cross-belt sorters. This is helpful in performing operational and maintenance activities.

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Sorting regulars

Infeed

In modern parcel sortation centres, an often overlooked area for improvement is the ‘infeed’ station, where items of varying sizes are fed onto the sorter for final sortation and shipping.

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Sorting regulars

POSISORTER (shoe sorter)

Vanderlande’s POSISORTER (shoe sorter) provides positive, high-capacity sorting to handle products measuring up to 1,500 x 900mm.

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Sorting regulars

CROSSORTER 1200 and 1500

Vanderlande offers a range of CROSSORTERs, including the 700, 1200 and 1500 varieties.

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