Published 10-06-2021



Pallet stacking is among the most laborious - and dangerous - warehouse tasks. It demands precision, strength and focus, which is why industry increasingly relies on automation to get the job done.

Robots boost pick-and-pack productivity and efficiency while eliminating risky manual labour.

NSW automation leaders Robotic Automation design and manufacture a wide range of robotic palletising systems to suit any need.

In partnership with global robotics supplier Yaskawa Motoman, Robotic Automation have developed a variety of patented robotic gripper solutions for the ANZ market.

RA’s innovative, low-footprint designs combine case packing and palletisation, and integrate embedded automated guided vehicles for pallet handling.

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