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Columbia Machine: Science of palletizing

The Science of Palletizing is an educational introduction to the basics of unit-load forming and is designedto familiarize you with the fundamentals of palletizing.
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Since all palletizing applications are unique, having a good understanding of the information covered is an essential tool in the palletizer selection process.

This book includes updated information from the three previous editions: The Science of Palletizing, How to Pick the  Right System, and The Science of Palletizing, Volume Two – Systems. These versions were first released in 1987, 1988 and 1999 and are still a sought after resource by the material handling industry with over 52,500 copies in circulation.

In this latest edition new chapters include updates on the latest trends in conventional and robotic palletizing, palletizer accessories, multiple line solutions and tips on how to select the right system.

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