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How to fit more cases per pallet

Video from Cape Systems shows how within a few seconds of entering your data you can view a range of on-screen diagrams and reports to find the right solution for your product and case size.
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The CAPE PACK Palletizing Group is a simple and practical program for solving pallet loading problems:

  • Quickly see if you can get more cases onto a pallet.
  • Interlock layers, show strapping, add top caps, corner posts, edit layers, show contents and put graphics onto cases.
  • Create pallet loads containing different products for in-store display purposes and consumer shopability.
  • Consolidate your case sizes. Using the program's database enter existing case and tray sizes to find ways to pack existing products in to fewer case sizes.
  • Find the best product size, case count, case size and pallet load. Pack in bundles or trays, shrink-wrap products, use realistic shapes and add surface graphics.

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