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Combination palletizing systems

Video shows combo palletizer and stretch wrapper for soft drinks
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Video shows combo palletizer and stretch wrapper for soft drinks

Watch ARPAC's combination palletizer and stretch wrapper palletize and wrap completed trays of soft drinks. Rugged automated system can either column-stack or cross-stack.
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Video shows economical, combination case packer and palletizer
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Video shows economical, combination case packer and palletizer

Brenton BantamPro ELSP combination system is designed as an upgrade path for manual low speed manual hand packing and palletizing. Integrates previously separate machine functions including case erecting, loading, sealing and palletizing functions into one compact, all-in-one, low-cost, integrated machine.
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Palletizer/stretch wrapper
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Palletizer/stretch wrapper

Combining a rugged, heavy-duty small footprint palletizer with a fully integrated stretch wrapper, Columbia Machine’s Model FL1000-SW can simultaneously stack and stretch wrap a wide variety of package types including cases, trays, totes, film only and display packs for a variety of industries.

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