Schneider Packaging Equipment's broad range of robotic palletizing solutions, from full-scale, centralized multi-line systems to simple, portable and affordable articulated arm units. This video will acquaint you with these feature-packed yet cost- and space-saving units... and how they're part of a full complement of fully integrated end-of-line solutions.
Designed for retail, food, and beverage distribution, Kuka, in collaboration with RSW, has designed the Mixed Case Row Palletizing (MXRP) to streamline the building of pallets with mixed products and/or packaging at distribution centers to deliver efficiency gains of 40% or more in building same-store pallets.
Intelligrated’s Alvey 950 series hybrid palletizers now include an on-board stretch bander that adds stability to otherwise unstable loads, and an integrated control system that allows both the conventional palletizer and its robotic arms to operate from a single PLC.
The new Robotic Palletizing line from Currie by Brenton expands the company’s range of standard and custom conventional, robotic, gantry, and bulk palletizing solutions for any case, bag, bulk, tray, high speed, or custom application, and brings customers an expanded selection of capabilities, flexibility, throughput, and investment value.
This integrated system demonstrates the benefits of working with a Pro Mach business such as Edson – one purchase order for multiple-vendor systems, less overall risk, and faster, trouble-free start up. This and similar integrated systems can improve any end-of-line operation. Booth # S-760
Currie by Brenton’s new patented technology palletizes or depalletizes trays, large loads, bulk items, and bundles. This patented system handles layers of up to 500 pounds, moves up to six full layers a minute, and gently handles full layers with each motion. It surpasses current end-of-arm tooling solutions. Booth # N-4013