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Valco Melton Offers Complete End of Line Palletizing Solution

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Valco Melton Offers Complete End of Line Palletizing Solution

November 14
10:33 2013

Valco Melton, as a leading manufacturer of adhesive dispensing and quality inspection systems for the packaging industry, offers a complete solution for end of line palletizing processes. Hot melt and cold glue based palletizing solutions present certain advantages over traditional stretch wrap methods in the following ways:

* Savings: Switching to adhesive based palletizing processes brings immediate savings by removing the large amounts of stretch wrap used to secure pallets in a traditional method. You are then automatically reducing material investment, material storage costs and material disposal costs.

* Safer work environment: Adhesive based palletizers are completely automated, so there’s no need for the operator to handle heavy packages or to use blades.

* Minimal transportation damages: By creating a secure bond between stacks, adhesive-based palletizers prevent movement during handling and transport.

* Prevented storage damages: For products that need to be kept in stock, the slightest bit of moisture can severely damage the product. If the product has been covered by stretch wrap, moisture will be trapped and the product ruined.

These are just a few of the advantages. For a more in-depth analysis of the benefits that switching to adhesive-based palletizing equipment can bring to your production line, download Valco Melton’s efficient palletizers e-guide by visiting: http://hub.am/16Ykmy4

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