Geared towards medium to high volumes of mail, the FP (Francotyp-Postalia) 65/95 machines suit medium and large sized businesses that have a definite need for help with the practicalities of mailing, in addition to savings on costs.

Benefits

Both machines offer a compact solution to medium and large mailing issues. The back-lit screens show information about each process, making operation straightforward without the need of a manual.

With these models, further Royal Mail discounts may be available if businesses sign up to CleanMail, which enables addresses to be read automatically by Royal Mail’s sorters.

Features

FP Ultimail 65

  • Up to 9 adverts or slogans/company logos available to use on every letter
  • Electronic Text Messaging (SMS) facility
  • Can process up to 65 letters per minute
  • Accounts facility for easy cost reporting
  • Integrated 5kg weighing scale for accurate postage
  • Crystal clear inkjet printing
  • Pre-programmable postage settings

FP Ultimail 95

  • Processes up to 95 envelopes a minute
  • Up to 9 adverts or company logos/slogans available
  • Up to 50 accounting cost centres for easy departmental budgeting and control
  • Pre-programmable postage setting to save time on subsequent use
  • Integrated 5kg weighing scale
  • High quality inkjet printing for perfect results every time

Prices

FP Ultimail 65

Rental prices start at around £79 per month, and the machine would cost in the region of £5,000 to purchase.

FP Ultimail 95

Prices for renting this machine are around £99 per month, and to purchase would be approximately £7,500.

These prices do not include consumables such as replacement ink cartridges and labels.

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