GS Erector, Oryx
Company Name: Fibre King Pty Ltd
Contact: Christina Windsor at Fibre King Pty Ltd
|Type and Condition:||Manual / Semi-Automated Machines, Automatic Machines, Pre-Owned Machines, New Machines|
|Model:||GS Erector, Oryx|
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GS Erector, Oryx Features:
When implemented effectively, Crate Automation achieves the following benefits for end users:
Reduced Direct Labour Costs
Staff currently used for the manual handling of crates can be utilized more effectively on production and quality inspection lines.
The subsequent benefit of redeploying staff to other lines is increased productivity.
Increased Product Quality
Automated Crate packing ensures consistent product handling which can improve product quality and increase retail sales. Automation also ensure RPCs are handled gently and consistently.
Reduced Risk of Injury
Occupational Health and Safety Risks associated with repetitive actions over time are reduced.
During peak times the Crate Automation can handle increased capacity without the need for additional staff members being employed.
Comments: Fibre King have been providing the crate erectors and crate handling equipment to the fresh produce industry and super markets since the product in returnable crates started within Australia. We have numerous installations at various wash plants for super markets and at multiple growers and crate manufacturers facilities.
Along with quick payback, you will get added benefits of OHS and employees' involvement. This automation eliminates manual handling and saves a lot of money in the long run.
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0408 781 300
Company Location: Brisbane, Qld
Price: Contact us for price, various options available...
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