Everything that improves your packaging process means significant cost optimisation. Sometimes you can see the link immediately, in other places you need experience and knowledge to see it. We have plenty of both and are happy to share them with you. We can intervene at any point in your process chain and optimise individual steps or your entire packaging process.
There must be a way to do it faster! Yes, very often there is. With automation, when a fast machine takes over the work, you can save time – and therefore costs.
- Simple operation
Packaging that has been designed with an eye to the future is ready for use in just a few simple steps, making it quicker.
- Packaging station supply
A padding material where the volume is created directly at the packing station, such as air cushions, does not have to be retrieved from the warehouse or has to be retrieved less often, which is time-consuming.
- Fewer packaging variants
The storage and removal of single-piece packaging is less time-consuming than having different types.
Fast and reliable can be mutually exclusive. But they don’t have to be. Clever processes can be safe and also reduce the complaint ratewithout reducing efficiency. We also bear the consistent quality of your packaging in mind.
Packaging machines such as stretch wrappers produce equally good results even at the end of a shift – and are also fast.
- Poka Yoke
Packaging can be designed so that incorrect use is either impossible or immediately noticeable.
- User training
Some packaging processes – even manual ones – just need a little knowledge and practice, for example from our packaging seminars, in order to function quickly and reliably.
The health of your employees is worth a lot in itself. It’s also worth a lot to your business. Anything that protects your employees’ ability to work not only reflects your appreciation of them and their work, but also saves you money. Ergonomics prevents damage to health that is caused by permanent strain. Safe packaging products prevent accidents. We check your packaging process to see if machines, tools or more ergonomic packing stations could provide more safety. The best thing: anything that improves the process for people can also ensure better and consistently good results at the same time.