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Fully-automated case-loading line is launched

By Rick Pendrous

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Fully-automated case-loading line is launched

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Pacepacker Services will use the show to announce its latest collaboration with Endoline on a fully-automated case loading line branded E-Pac, which is designed to address the challenges of rising labour costs.

With a variable throughput speed dependent on the application, E-Pac is a fully integrated turnkey system and covers each step in the packaging process – case erector, loading, sealing and palletising.

Elements of the system can be integrated into a full or partially-automated production line.

Each E-Pac system is manufactured and managed at Pacepacker’s factory with full design and engineering input from Endoline. A dedicated E-Pac team has been created by both companies.

“For the end user, dealing with one supplier simplifies and speeds up the entire automation project from specification to commissioning,” ​says Pacepacker’s md Dennis Allison.

“E-Pac customers get much more than they would from a system bolted together using components bought in from multiple vendors.”

While Endoline and Pacepacker have worked together previously, the launch of E-Pac will strengthen their alliance. An E-Pac system was recently installed at a supplier of flour and bakery mixes.

Contact: Pacepacker

Related topics: Packaging equipment

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