In today’s competitive world it’s critical for businesses to find ways to improve productivity, efficiency, and competitiveness. One area where there is still significant potential for automation is the packing of items and goods. The potential is particularly significant for small and medium-sized enterprises that have not yet automated palletizing and similar tasks.
At PPS, we are currently receiving a lot of inquiries for palletizing solutions, and based on these, we have outlined a typical scenario for a manufacturing company that wishes to automate the palletizing process. Our scenario also demonstrates that automation does not have to be a large, complex, time-consuming, or expensive project.
Typically palletizing in the company is done manually, which is both time-consuming and monotonous repetitive work. The company wishes to streamline the process and reduce the strain on employees. These types of tasks are generally not attractive to employees as they are strenuous and detract them from more value-added tasks.
If Nordic companies are to succeed in the global market, it is important for them to be adaptable and able to produce efficiently and competitively. Automation can be a solution to achieve this.