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It makes so much sense to automate production

It makes so much sense these days to automate production as much as possible. On top of making your life a whole lot easier, automating production will also increase production rate and quality among a host of other benefits. Packweigh specalisises in this, meaning that you have the added benefit of an Australian built system.

This is exactly what the clever operators are doing.

Check out the latest system we manufactured below! While you’re watching, please have a think how automation could help your production. 

Contact us so we can discuss what would be best suited to your situation. 

Here are some top reasons why you should automate production

  • To increase productivity and production rate
  • To reduce the cost of labor
  • To improve the safety in your factory
  • To improve product quality
  • To reduce the elapsed time between order and delivery
  • To lift the product quality
  • Achieve things that cannot be done manually
  • Avoid the high cost of not automating production

So, what are you waiting for? Find out how you can automate production within your business today!

WHY PACKWEIGH?

Packweigh has been operating in the Australian market for over 20 years.

It offers industrial bagging, sewing and packaging solutions to manufacturers wanting better efficiency and reliability.

The first step in spec’ing out a solution is to analyse what your current factory performance is, and then setting some targets.

Once you can identify what’s possible, you can recalculate unit costs based on faster speeds, which will then determine whether an investment in new machinery is warranted.

The Packweigh team are expert at assessing your current factory layout and giving you suggestions on how new machinery can work best in your factory.

Packweigh uses 3D drafting software to design your machine. This allows you to see what the machine looks like before installation.

Call Rod Wilson on (07) 3823 1033 to have a chat about your options.

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