The importance of optimising production and Packaging Production Line speeds has grown in response to technological advancements and consumer demands. Consider the following choices if you wish to increase your current packing productivity:
ON THE SAME LINE, RUN DIFFERENT SIZED PRODUCTS:
There will be more space in your facility for extra machinery and an overall savings in equipment expenses by introducing more flexible machines and operating items of varied sizes on the same line. Furthermore, adaptable equipment will allow for quick adaption when new items are added to your packaging line.
LOWER YOUR LABOR COSTS:
To facilitate increasing throughput, semi- and fully-automated machinery is frequently used. Automation, on the other hand, can boost worker productivity by freeing up time that would otherwise be spent manually bundling. In addition, minimising manual operations in your plant will reduce physical strain on workers, lowering costs connected with occupational injuries.
When packing material is overused during manual application or when items are damaged owing to human handling requirements, most production facilities face significant waste (drops, punctures, etc.). The amount of packing material used for each product is predetermined and consistent with semi- and fully-Automatic Packaging Line bundling machines. Furthermore, fully automated systems can sort, stack, and bundle products, reducing scrap and eliminating manual errors.
By merging bundling and branding into one operation, pre-printed material has enhanced packaging efficiency. Instead of branding and bundling each product separately, pre-printed material allows multiple products to be banded and branded at the same time, resulting in multi-packs that use less material than individually branded products.
REDUCE (OR EVEN ELIMINATE) MACHINE DOWNTIME:
Because manual operation is no longer required, machines can operate at any time and with little to no monitoring. Potential productivity can be greatly increased while labour expenditures are reduced by continuing manufacturing during traditional non-working hours.