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Understanding advances in mixed-load palletizing

White paper from Kuka Robotics explains how newest advances in mixed-load palletizing can reduce costs, streamline the supply chain, and save labor and floor costs.
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With manufacturing becoming more competitive, the best way for companies to remain viable is by identifying and embracing sustainable technologies that reduce costs and streamline the supply chain. As manufacturers change how they produce and distribute their products, mixed-load pallet building emerges as one of the most efficient technologies companies can embrace.

In general, mixed pallet building (or mixed-load palletizing) is a mindset bringing the manufacturing and distribution environment closer together to review the complete supply-chain process to identify savings in labor, floor space and inventory.

Find how how the newest advances in mixed-load palletizing can reduce costs, streamline the supply chain, and save labor and floor costs.

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