New Pitney Bowes DI950 Universal Feeder Helps Deliver High Speed and Capacity, Flexibility and Enhanced Booklet Feeding Capabilities

STAMFORD, Conn., January 03, 2008 - Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), the worlds leading mailstream solutions company, announced today the introduction of the DI950 Universal Feeder to help deliver high speed and capacity, flexible scanning and enhanced booklet feeding capabilities to customers. The solution incorporates an enhanced Pitney Bowes DI950 inserter, a new universal feeder, an optional high capacity loader and advanced scanning.

Pitney Bowes is pleased to introduce the DI950 Universal Feeder to mailers, said Jeff Marshall, Vice President of Customer Marketing for Pitney Bowes Global Mailstream Solutions. The DI950 Universal Feeder provides customers with one integrated system that can help deliver high productivity for large collations of materials, and flexible scanning and feeding capabilities for booklets and sheets.

The DI950 Universal Feeder collates up to 15,000 sheets or 5,400 finished mail pieces per hour. The new DI950 base unit also allows mailers to produce up to 200,000 finished mail pieces per month. The DI950 Universal Feeder expands the range of available jobs by now offering the ability to feed booklets and inserts up to 4mm (0.16 inches) thick. In addition, the system can support a wide range of new and existing scanning applications, including barcode and Optical Mark Recognition (OMR). Custom scanning options further enhance the capabilities of the system by allowing it to run a variety of scanning jobs, including ones with longer codes and wider fields.

Additional features and benefits of the DI950 Universal Feeder include an optional high capacity loader that can hold up to 4,500 sheets, an adjustable gap feeder to run a wide array of media, automatic double document detection, overcount control, variable speed control, and forward or reverse accumulation.

About Pitney Bowes:

Pitney Bowes is a mailstream technology company that helps organizations manage the flow of information, mail, documents and packages. Our 35,000 employees deliver technology, service and innovation to more than two million customers worldwide. The company was founded in 1920 and annual revenues now total $6 billion. More information is available at