Many of our customers work in demanding environments. Standards for quality, hygiene and safety are becoming higher all the time. Palletisation as such has nothing to do with production – we view it as a logistics activity. In addition, palletisation requires (usually) wooden pallets as well as all kinds of other consumables such as plastic sheet, separator sheets, and stickers. Many of our customers would rather not see any of these things anywhere near a hygienic production hall. In a multi-line concept, several production lines are connected to one or more palletisation machines, which are usually not placed in the production hall itself.
The finished production is transferred automatically to a place where it awaits palletisation. As soon as enough product is ready to fill a complete pallet, the system calls up the product, transports it to the (or one of the) palletisers, and takes care of the palletisation.
This is fully automatic – in consultation with the customer, and in function of the needs of the end-customer, a large number of parameters can be adjusted accordingly: the type of pallet, the stacking pattern, separator sheets, wrapping or not, etc.
Such an installation can be fully PLC-driven. Another, even better possibility, is a combination with our Maestro+ Software. This software provides an interface with the ERP or other overlying system at the customer and the installation. In addition to easier and more dynamic control, this software provides a user-friendly operator interface, better error messaging, and production and maintenance reporting.
|Multi-line palletisation of frozen vegetables||Frozen vegetables & potatoes|
|Multi-line palletisation of frozen potatoes||Frozen vegetables & potatoes|
|Fully automatic multi-line palletising system for cases of potato products||Frozen vegetables & potatoes|
|Multi-line palletising system for cases of potato products||Frozen vegetables & potatoes|
|Multi-line palletising system for boxes of frozen vegetables||Frozen vegetables & potatoes|
|Multi-line palletisation of chips||Potato snacks|
|Burts Snacks take the “Multi-line” decision||Potato snacks|
|Multi-line palletisation of boxes||Hygienic paper|
|Multi-line palletisation of boxes||Home detergents|
|Multi-line palletisation of dairy products||Dairy products|
|Multi-line palletising system for packs of cheese||Dairy products|
|Multi-line palletising system for cheese and dairy specialities||Dairy products|
|Multi-line palletising system for frozen bakery products||Bakery & flour products|
|Fully automatic multi-line palletising system for bakery products||Bakery & flour products|