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SMALL-FOOTPRINT CASE PACKER IS A 24-HOUR WORKFORCE

13-01-2017
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Making its debut on the Walls Machinery stand at AUSPACK 2017, the Australian made Adaptapack Apollo combines robotic shelf-ready and flat-pack case packing in one machine.

The Apollo is a small-footprint machine based on a servo collator, and features a flexible design that allows each machine to be built to customer specifications. Its stainless-steel construction makes it suitable for a wide range of industries.

Featuring high-speed product infeed, the machine is simple to operate, and features an easy to use graphical operation panel. Adaptapack reckons it can provide manufacturers with a 24-hour workforce.

The Apollo can also be supplied with an integrated robotic case erector.

Walls Machinery
1800 500 436
www.wallsmachinery.com.au

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