Robotic solution for garlic bread palletising
Fibre King is working with Australian Garlic Bread Co to implement a robotic palletising solution.
The system handles 14 SKUs, running five at a time. Though the space is challenging, the palletiser has a tight footprint and is delivering benefits for AGB, says Fibre King CEO James Windsor.
“Our robotic solution was ideal in meeting AGB’s production requirements,” said Windsor. “We are pleased to be delivering a packaging system that integrates well with existing machinery as well as providing flexibility for product changes in the future.”
Fibre King can provide compact systems within small facilities, and offers robotic solutions that are flexible, compact, economical and capable of multitasking, says Windsor.
“As experience-led engineers, we get very excited about providing facilities with smart, simple solutions from complex production requirements. The fun lies within designing a production line that has to do a lot of things within a small space, while meeting productivity targets,” he said.
“We are always up for the challenge to push the boundaries in order to maximise a facility’s production capacity.”
The company supplies software as well as hardware, which has been embraced by companies such as AGB and Nestlé.
“Any application that provides the user the ability to customise production outputs and fix errors with ease is valued within high volume production facilities,” said Windsor. “We use the best technology available and if we can’t find a solution in the market, then we develop our own.”
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