Alstef Group, supplier of automated material handling solutions, and Falcon Autotech, a global warehouse automation solution provider, have announced the successful launch of a state-of-the-art parcel sortation system set to elevate the operational prowess of Aramex Sydney.
The cornerstone of this project is the state-of-the-art cross belt sorter manufactured and engineered by Falcon to process up to 16,000 parcels per hour. This system is designed to handle a wide variety of parcel sizes and shapes, ensuring Aramex Sydney’s distribution network is both swift and accurate, thereby enhancing the end customer experience.
Alstef Group played a vital role in this project by providing comprehensive support during installation. They were responsible for managing all installation labour, as well as the design and supply of 1000m2 of mezzanine platforms to mount the conveyors. Their expertise in material handling solutions and their commitment to excellence were critical in bringing this project to fruition.
The successful collaboration between Alstef Group and Falcon exemplifies the power of teamwork and the commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions in the parcel industry. By combining their respective strengths and expertise, they have delivered a solution that will benefit Aramex Sydney and their customers for years.
Stan Sroka, Alstef group Sales Director of Post, Parcel and Retail Logistics, expressed his enthusiasm for the project, saying, “We are delighted to have been a part of this milestone project for Aramex Sydney. Our team worked tirelessly to ensure that the installation was completed seamlessly, and we are confident that this new installation will significantly enhance Aramex Sydney’s parcel sorting capabilities.”
Sandeep Bansal, Chief Business Officer – Falcon Autotech added, “The collaboration between Falcon and Alstef Group demonstrates our shared commitment to innovation and excellence. The cross-belt sorter we’ve delivered for Aramex Sydney represents the Falcon’s cutting-edge parcel sorting technology, and we are excited to see its positive impact on Aramex operations.”
Aramex Sydney is equally enthusiastic about the benefits this project brings to their business. “We are thrilled with the results of this project,” said Ruby Wolff, Chief Operating Officer of Aramex Australia. “The new cross belt sorter will not only streamline our parcel sorting process but also improve the speed and accuracy of deliveries to our valued customers.”
The project stands as a beacon of innovation, marking a milestone in the journey of Alstef Group, Falcon Autotech, and Aramex Sydney, and underscoring the importance of embracing futuristic automation solutions to stay ahead in the logistics arena. It is a testament to the power of collaboration and technology in improving supply chain efficiency and customer satisfaction.