Parcel Sorting Demand Fuels NPI Expansion


NPI Founder and CEO Henry Daboub (l) with his son Brent, NPI’s Chief Operating Officer. A link to an interview Henry gave to the National Postal Museum on the history of NPI appears below.

Fort Worth, TX – NPI, a prominent manufacturer of sorting systems in the mailing and parcel industry, announced the completion of expansion to their corporate headquarters. The expansion was implemented to create additional manufacturing space in order to accommodate continuing growth and future market development plans. It brings NPI’s total square footage for manufacturing to 144,000 square feet.

“With the continued growth in the parcel industry, I found it necessary to expand our manufacturing facility to accommodate the orders that were coming in from our new and existing customers”, said CEO/President, Henry Daboub … (click to read more)

An Interview with Presort Pioneer Henry Daboub

Henry Daboub founded National Presort Inc. (NPI) in 1977 and has served as CEO and president since its inception. Family has been at the heart of NPI since the beginning, with Henry’s wife, Cathey, assisting him in the family kitchen before he ventured into his first manufacturing facility. Henry’s son Brent, who joined NPI after graduating from college in 1994, today serves as the company’s COO. NPI has built and deployed more than 1,000 machines with a combined sorting capacity in the hundreds of millions of pieces per day.

Henry was interviewed by the Smithsonian National Postal Museum on his remarkable career … (click to read more)