Dan Turcu, General Manager of Ro Systec Group, and Tomas Veigl, Managing Director of BOWE AUSTRIA, accepted the award from GOVNET Romania Managing Director Adrian Ion at a gala dinner in the Hotel InterContinental Bucharest. GOVNET Romania is one of Romania’s leading business information platforms and in addition to the awards, GOVNET Romania also stages the Courier and Postal Services Forum every spring. The two events bring together Romanian postal service providers and representatives of the industry’s technology suppliers. There are several categories in the Romanian Courier and Postal Services Awards and the one which Ro Systec Group and BOWE AUSTRIA won recognizes technology suppliers from the software and hardware sectors that have contributed towards substantial savings in resources, new courier and postal service practices or management innovations for the industry”. Adrian Ion of GOVNET Romania stressed that this award was also being presented in recognition of the years of outstanding commitment and expert advice provided by BOWE AUSTRIA and Ro Systec Group to the Romanian post and parcel logistics market. Sameday, the Romanian courier company, is one example of the successful use of BOWE INTRALOGISTICS (formerly BÖWE SYSTEC) sorting technology, owing its rapid growth to, amongst other things, investment in a vertical and a horizontal OptiSorter. BOWE has been committed to the Romanian market for over a decade and since 2006 it has worked with Ro Systec Group, which has a workforce of 14 and provides a first-class service for Romania and the surrounding regions. As a one stop shop that focuses on the customer, BOWE INTRALOGISTICS offers solutions for all aspects of letter and parcel handling and intralogistics. From infeed technology to the sorting systems and solutions for automated goods outward, logistics service providers will find all they need to optimize and automate their parcel sorting center and their internal processes from BOWE INTRALOGISTICS. Innovative BOWE IQ software and Auto-ID products including customized Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) as well as Warehouse Control Systems (WCS) round off the automation supplier’s intralogistics portfolio.