Top-loading wraparound technology from Goodman Packaging Equipment can reduce your corrugated and manpower needs for casing products, allowing you to ‘score’ better environmentally with retailers like Wal-Mart while saving costs. Comments from two end users bolster the case for top loading.
New animated video shows Goodman Packaging Equipment’s Universal Pick & Place Robot, which features a multi-axis packing system to pack flexible or rigid products into cases or trays at speeds over 200 ppm.
The Packaging End-of-Line Solutions (PELS™) alliance will be
represented by its member companies at their PACK EXPO Las Vegas (PELV)
2007 exhibits. PELS is dedicated to providing integration and
post-sale responsibility for multi-vendor secondary packaging systems.
Goodman Packaging Equipment, the first company to introduce a machine
using ELAU’s new Intelligent Servo Module technology, documents cost,
cabinet space and time savings that help implement its lean
At the second annual Packaging Automation Forum sponsored by ELAU and
other automation suppliers, packagers zeroed in on the supply chain
impact of flexible, standards-based automation technologies on the
packing floor. The keynote speaker in particular nailed the topic.
Highlights included fast and adaptable robots, intelligent servo modules, machines communicating to PDAs, plug-and-play machine modules…and the event of the year, hosted by ELAU at House of Blues® Chicago.
End users are beginning in earnest to throw out single vendor specs, citing need to align automation supplier capabilities with business strategies and foster innovations in packaging machine design. Packagers who’ve opened their control specs experience reduced delivery times, cost savings and performance guarantees.