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Automation will offset manufacturers’ rising labour costs

By Rick Pendrous

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Automation will offset manufacturers’ rising labour costs

Related tags: National minimum wage, Minimum wage

Endoline Machinery will showcase its range of entry level case erectors and sealer systems in a bid to cater to the growing demand for automation with fast return on investment, as labour costs continue to rise.

Over the past 12 months Endoline has witnessed a 40% surge in enquiries for standard end-of-line systems from small companies automating for the first time and multinational food producers looking to automate slow running production lines.

“In the face of changes to the national minimum wage and squeezing from retailers looking to lower their costs, being able to demonstrate how quickly manufacturers should see a return on their investment is vital,”​ says Andrew Yates, Endoline’s sales director.

Endoline’s entry level range incorporates semi-automatic and fully automatic case erecting and sealing systems.

With an average case run of 18 cases a minute, each system is capable of operating 24h a day, seven days a week.

Contact: Endoline Machinery

Related topics: Packaging equipment

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