Bagging lines made in Australia

Bagging lines made in Australia

Bagging lines made in Australia

Packweigh manufactures Bagging machines in Australia

Packweigh specialises in bagging lines made in Australia.

We believe that locally made bagging equipment will last longer and perform better than equipment sourced overseas. But Packweigh does work closely with the large european supplier TMI who are a well established supplier of high speed bagging and palletising equipment.

So with Packweigh, you get a solid combination of bagging lines made in Australia with proven palletising european palletising equipment.

We employ a solid team of tradesman here in our Brisbane factory. We cover metal and electrical trades.

Our process works like this.

Firstly we analyse you needs and put together some solutions. Once we agree of the best solution with you, get to work to design your line. We find that most of our projects have some specific requirements. One size does not always fit all!

Once the designs are agreed to, we set about building your machines and getting the electricals built. Safety requirements come in at this stage too.

In many cases, we do product trials here in our factory. Once we get to the point to delivery, we set dates for on-site commissioning and training.

WHY PACKWEIGH?

When Packweigh was initially formed back 25 years ago by Jim Nolan, the focus was on Industrial Sewing Machine repairs.

As the company grew, it moved into the manufacture of bagging and weighing equipment. Jim, along with his fellow Director Rod Wilson recognised the need for quality bagging equipment capable of solid speeds, and high utilisation. By manufacturing in Australia, there can be a high focus on precision and quality. In some cases, Packweigh imports equipment from overseas, where there is a clear advantage for their customer to do so.

If you want to have a chat about bagging lines made in Australia, give Rod a ring on (07) 3823 1033.

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