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Letter Mail (Automatic Equipment)

Volume 728: debated on Wednesday 18 May 1966

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asked the Postmaster-General what progress is being made with the development of automatic equipment for handling letter mail.

Prototype equipment installed at Norwich, together with additional equipment will allow us to try out a fully mechanised letter sorting office before ordering equipment in quantity. Orders for an advance installation of code-marking and sorting machinery for the E.C. District Office in London, have been placed.