SIAT carton sealers save time and money


Companies that dispatch products in cartons can benefit from the cost effective range of SIAT Carton Sealers from Optimum Handling Solutions.

From very large cartons down to tiny “shelf ready” cartons the Optimum Handling Solutions carton sealers can save time and money.

Options include semi automatic carton sealers with fast manual adjustment of carton sizes, automatic adjustment to random carton sizes, automatic closing of top and bottom flaps, closing of top flaps only, forming of the carton, hi-speed carton erecting and fully automatic inline carton sealers.

Infeed and outfeed conveyors, powered or gravity are available with all carton sealers.
Optimum Handling Solutions
Ph: 1800 066 008

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