Mail-Gard Increases Inserting Capacity by 70%


March 1, 2011

Warminster, Pa. (March 01, 2011) — To meet growing demand, Mail-Gard®, a division of IWCO Direct and one of the nation’s leading providers of critical communications recovery solutions, has increased its total inserting capacity by 70% with the installation of three Pitney Bowes 21-station, APS inserters at its Warminster, Pa. facility.

The inserters are capable of producing more than 20,000 envelopes per hour and are equipped with document tracking capabilities. With the installation, Mail-Gard meaningfully expands its inserting capability and capacity to support critical communications recovery programs. The document tracking technology, which is a vital component to critical communications recovery operations, provides greater quality control and drives even greater accuracy of multiple-page mailings.

“Our customers will benefit from the increased speed, capacity, and tracking capabilities of these new inserters,” said Jerry Montella, vice president of Mail-Gard. “As critical communications recovery needs continue to advance, we are committed to investing in technology to support our customers and lead the industry.”

About Mail-Gard

Mail-Gard (mailgard.com), a division of IWCO Direct, is one of the nation’s leading providers of print-to-mail continuity and recovery services. With locations in Warminster, Pa. and Chanhassen, Minn., Mail-Gard maintains fully-secured and dedicated recovery facilities that support cut sheet, continuous form, duplex, MICR and color printing as well as accumulating, folding and inserting capabilities in conjunction with on-site U.S. postal substations and warehousing. In case of any business interruption – human error, power outage, natural disaster – Mail-Gard can ensure that a company’s invoices, statements and other critical documents will reach customers and vendors.