Automated Palletizing System Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of automated palletizing system manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top automated palletizing system manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any automated palletizing system company can design, engineer, and manufacture automated palletizing systems to meet your company's specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach automated palletizing system companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of automatic palletizers, palletizing machines, or robotic palletizers.

  • Grand Rapids, MI

    Moller North America is committed to customer satisfaction. Our line of products ranges from bagging, conveying, palletizing, to stretch-hooding, stretchwrapping and shrinkwrapping a variety of products. Contact us today to for all of your packing, palletizing, and protection needs.

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  • Mooresville, IN

    It is our goal at American-Newlong to create innovated bag packing and palletizing solutions. Our systems are ideal for industries including seed, feed, salt, minerals, aggregate products, pet food, chemicals and more. We take pride in saying that our palletizers are extremely energy efficient which saves money for our customers in the long run. This is made possible from superior technologies and high quality programming.

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  • Orion, MI

    AMT specializes in robotic integrated end of line packaging systems and machines. We excel at the design and manufacture of turnkey case packing and palletizing systems. Our engineering team is ready to work with your automation team or AS your automation team. We recognize and appreciate the trust you put in us as your integrator and proudly stake our reputation on every system we build.

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  • Portland, OR

    TopTier is the leader in innovation and value -- providing palletizing solutions with speed, flexibility, and dependability for 24/7 operations. Founded in 2003, TopTier installs floor and upper level infeed single automatic palletizers or systems integrated with existing conveyor and other material handling equipment. Both row-forming and robotic technologies from TopTier make palletizing reliable, easy, safe, and energy efficient. Contact us today for more information!

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  • Dakota City, IA

    Chantland-MHS material handling equipment improves customers’ efficiency, productivity & competitive position worldwide. Put experience since 1943 to work for you; choose from a line of bag fillers, conveyors, palletizers & complete systems. We specialize in bulk, bag, package & pallet conveyors; bag, box, drum & FIBC fillers; conventional and Fuji robotic bag palletizers, and system integration.

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  • Houston, TX

    DePeuter Packaging Solutions (DPPS) is a provider of end of line packaging equipment, including palletizers, depalletizers, single cell robotics, case packaging machines, conveyor systems, and totally integrated factory automation systems. From small single cell projects to complete turnkey systems, our team of experienced engineers and technicians will be available to assist with any application.

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  • Erie, PA

    Our powerful magnetic palletizer and depalletizer can lift and position layers of steel cans at one time from a multi-layer stack, and can do it quickly without tumbling, jamming or can damage. Our palletizer/depalletizer magnets can be built in various sizes to fit the can stack configurations of your workplace. Choose Eriez for solutions to your palletizing needs.

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Automated Palletizing Systems

The task of manually loading goods such as boxes or other products onto a pallet is simplistic, but it can be physically strenuous for employees and cost a company both time and money. The first palletizing systems were introduced to the realm of manufacturing around 1948 with the intent on ridding workers of the burden of loading items onto a pallet. Today, automated palletizing systems have evolved to the point where they are faster, more energy efficient, and can support features that accommodate a variety of applications and their specifications. Adding an automated palletizing system to a certain application is highly beneficial and can add more value to the manufacturing process. Therefore, since its invention, a variety of types of automated palletizing systems have been developed.

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Notable Types of Automated Palletizing Systems

One main type of automated palletizing system is the conventional palletizer. Its basic features include an infeed conveyor, a layer forming table, an elevator that lifts the layers of items, and a discharge conveyor. Conventional palletizers can be categorized into low level or high level palletizers. The components of low level palletizers are located on the ground level, while the main feed area of high level palletizers are lofted overhead. One specific example of a conventional palletizer is the in-line palletizer. The in-line palletizer is capable of guiding items and organizing them into a layer before placing them onto the pallet and carrying out this process in a continuous motion. From the beginning, this palletizer was designed as a fast-paced device to complete a palletizing process in a more timely manner, and thus, add to a company’s overall value.

The in-line palletizer is a more evolved device than the machinery that was used in the 1950s, where the most popular choice of palletizing machinery were row-forming palletizers. These palletizers sorted items into rows before placing them on the pallet. Today, conventional palletizers are faster and more efficient than ever. Low level conventional palletizers can handle up to 15 cases per minute, while the maximum amount for high level conventional palletizers can be up to 150 cases per minute. Conventional palletizers are capable of handling various products such as bags, cases, and cube-shaped items. They are much simpler in design to their robotic counterparts, making them more user friendly and easier to troubleshoot any technical difficulties.

An alternative choice of automatic palletizing machinery is a robotic palletizer. As opposed to a conventional palletizer, the robotic palletizer takes up much less space in a facility. These machines feature a robotic arm, which enables them to place products into a specific position onto a pallet, as opposed to conventional palletizers, which are limited to placing items in generalized rows and layers. The robotic arm also enables the palletizer to handle a wider variety of product types weighing up to 2,200 lbs/1,000kg and take products off of platforms of differing elevations. Robotic palletizers add value to the palletizing process because they can handle multiple production lines, they raise the pallet’s load stability, and are quick with loading items onto a pallet. Overall, the price of a robotic palletizer can be less than a conventional machine.

Benefits of Using Automated Palletizing Systems

Regardless of whether they are robotic or conventional, automatic palletizing can be highly beneficial for a company. They load items onto a pallet much more quickly than human workers can. Subjecting workers to long-term manual loading can make the palletizing process time-consuming and cause physical strain, leading to possible health risks and company liability concerns. Automatic palletizing machines have fortunately been capable of not only speeding up the process, but also alleviating employees of an otherwise daunting task and freeing them to focus their attention on other duties. Automatic palletizing systems are also highly customizable. One can program the machine to load items onto a pallet in a certain way. For example, for items that are more delicate, the machine can be programmed with certain loading options to ensure safe loading. It is possible to add other accessories to an automatic palletizer, including automatic packaging dispensers. The use of a robotic mechanism and a variety of programmable options also ensures that the products do not get contaminated. This is vital in industries such as medical or food and beverage, which has little to no tolerance for contaminants such as dust or residue in the product.

Finding the Right Automated Palletizing System Manufacturer

With the many options for automatic palletizers, you are bound to find a palletizing system that best suits your desired application. An experienced manufacturer will be able to answer any inquiries and give you thorough advice on the type of automatic palletizer and the appropriate features that will perfectly meet your needs. Find this manufacturer today by browsing the list we’ve put together on this page!

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How's It Made? Robotic Palletizers

My tour of Chantland MHS’s manufacturing facility in Humboldt, IA, began at the end of the assembly process as Project Manager Steve Hartmann took us to a Chantland MHS EC171 palletizer with a FUJI-ACE robotic arm. The EC171 was being put through its final evaluation before being disassembled and delivered to its new owner. It was the perfect object lesson for Hartmann’s introduction. “First, note the overall design of the materials and components. The robust construction may appear to be excessive, however, our systems are designed to provide years of... Read More About This

Tech Update

Companies want to implement new equipment with the least amount of disruption to their production while minimizing the impact to employees with change-over and training. Chantland MHS systems make automating bagging and palletizing processes extraordinarily fast and smooth. What sets Chantland MHS apart from other manufacturers? Proven Performance! We not only design and build each of our systems, we completely set up, hard wire and test them in our facility before shipping to our customers, using our customers’ products, bags and pallets. It’s not an option, it’s... Read More About This

KUKA Robotics to Officially Open Their New Dundalk Offices Later This Month

KUKA Robotics are set to officially open their new Dundalk office later this month. To mark the opening of their new 281sqm offices at the Brewery Business Park, off the Ardee Road, the company will be holding an open house event on Wednesday October 26th and Thursday October 27th. KUKA announced back in February that they were opening a new facility in Dundalk as part of its strategy to develop its presence in the Irish market. The company provides robotic solutions to businesses with the new premises set to support sales,... Read More About This

KUKA Becomes a Premium Robot Supplier for Fastems Factory Automation Systems

Fastems (Tampere, Finland), a manufacturer of factory automation systems, has announced KUKA Robotics as one of its premium suppliers for robots. Markku Bollmann, vice president of marketing and sales with Fastems, explained that this partnership will help his company provide robot-based automation solutions for its customers in machinery construction, aerospace and metalworking. “As a premium supplier, we profit from the inclusion in Fastems’ customer projects at an early stage,” adds Joacim Lorentsson, sales manager from KUKA Nordic AB. The partnership is said to comprise the pillars not only of each... Read More About This