CUTTING EDGE PALLETIZING DESIGNS FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
MOVE YOUR PRODUCTS QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY
Effective palletizing makes it easier to move bulk amounts of product from the producer to the destination. Whether it is a retail store, distribution center, or another production line, palletizing is important to the safety of the product. It provides protection from environmental hazards experienced during transportation and keeps the packages safe during storage.
Secondary packaging flows directly into palletizing even between rooms or across your plant. This is where our years of holistic automation design pay off for you. We can dramatically reduce the risk of damage or spoilage through automation. Our engineers find the most efficient route between secondary packaging and palletizing. We keep your products and employees safe while speeding them out the door.
You know exactly what product is being sent, and how much is on each pallet. Our robotic components have a smaller footprint to leave more space for inventory and movement. But smaller doesn’t mean less capable. Each arm can perform different tasks allowing for multiple products on the same pallet. You remove the risk of misplaced items while improving shipping safety through consistent binding or wrapping. Our pallet handling systems can even accommodate used and newer pallets in the same workflow.
How We Make Your Life Easier
How We Make Your Life Easier
Case Erectors and Sealers
- End slotted trays
- Regular slotted cases
- Stacking shoulders
- Display trays
- Reinforced corner posts
- and more
- Tape sealing
- Hot melt adhesive
- Cool adhesive
Palletizers & Wrappers
Custom engineered robotic palletizers and wrappers increase production with added speed and safety. Kaitech fits each palletizer and wrapper to accommodate new or used pallets and the wrapping material you require.
- Small footprint cells
- Partial and comprehensive automated solutions
- Single- and Multi-line configurations
We Configure to Meet Your Needs
Kaitech Understands that You Have Unique Needs
Robotic palletizing is becoming more popular across manufacturing disciplines around the world for many reasons. As time goes on, they are becoming more affordable to small and medium size companies. Robots have always been associated with dependability and reliability. Palletizing robots never call in sick, have a bad day, or need to take a break. They do it in the worst environments, from cold and wet to sterile, without disrupting valuable floorspace. And they do it perfectly. An often-overlooked feature to robotic palletizing is the impact on operator health. Many of the packages palletized weigh up to 50 pounds. This can pose a threat to worker health and safety. Taking the weight away from the operator means they stay healthier than if they had to manually move all that product themselves.
Palletizing automation extends beyond end-of-line consolidation. Effective packaging automation impacts your workforce and your production speed. We firmly believe the role of automation is to enhance and improve the process for both your business and your employees. Small footprint palletizing robots take on the arduous, repetitive tasks that can cause high turnover. This allows your labor budget to go toward harder to find subject matter experts that you may not have been able to afford before automating your palletizing operations among others.
Your environment and product mix is unique to your business. Kaitech engineers will spend the time to research and evaluate a range of solutions. We design each automated palletizing solution to accelerate production while elevating quality and safety. Whether you need a flexible, turnkey solution, a fully customized floor plan and existing component integration, or a combination of both, our engineers and automation experts work with you to design the right solution.
From palletizers that complete one task repeatedly to a more complex system that performs several functions as part of its design, Kaitech Automation helps companies like yours get the most out of your integration automation budget.