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Packaging Distributors, Inc: Bulk fill case packer

The BPS Bulk filler from Packaging Distributors (Waco, TX) accurately fills shipping cases by weight utilizing bulk and dribble fill rates. Perfect for candy bars, chicken nuggets, IQF vegetables, etc.
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The BPS "Bulk Pack Station" from PDI performs multiple functions in one, compact footprint. Product can be filled into shipping containers either by weight or by count. The BPS "Bulk Pack Station" will significantly reduce customer complaints due to under-filled shippers and unnecessary and costly product give-away. The BPS system is perfect for bulk packing individual products from candy bars to chicken nuggets or products packaged in small packets such as: cheese, cookies, flavor packs, condiments and coffee.

 

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