Save money, save time, cut costs—these are the goals material handling companies strive to meet with robotic palletizing systems. One of the newer examples is the space-saving BEUMER robotpac, a fully automatic articulated robot that can solve complex palletizing and de-palletizing challenges reliably and efficiently. Containers such as bags, cardboard boxes, crates or trays can be palletized safely and economically. For all types of packaged goods, suitable gripping systems can be easily exchanged.
The paletpac series includes high-capacity bag palletizers for various performance ranges. The geometric precision and the stability of the palletized stacks enable easy storage and smooth integration with down-stream packaging systems.
The stretch hood packaging system packs palletized goods with minimal film consumption and secures the load with a perfectly fitting stretch film hood. In addition, an excellent display of the packaged goods is achieved. The stretch hood is the next generation of end-of-line pallet packaging systems. The system reduces energy consumption, has a smaller footprint and offers an efficient pallet packaging system.
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