JMP has successfully installed its new generation robotic case packing and palletising system into a prominent Australian manufacturing site.
JMP was the principle turn key contractor, tasked with the responsibility of palletising and packing the customers product in a confined space with the ultimate flexibility.
JMP achieved the customer’s objectives supplying them with JMP Case erectors, and JMP robotic case packing and palletising systems, utilising Kawasaki robots.
The unique advantage for the customer was the single source supply with all equipment designed, manufactured and supported to suit specific site specifications.
All automation and programming was done by JMP, which provided a seamless transition and integration of all the equipment into a single operating system.
A mix of product and carton conveying was required to deliver products from a critical hygiene area to the JMP robotic case packer, where the 20kg Kawasaki robot picks the product and loads it into the erected case. The Robot then closes the flaps of the case before pushing the case into a new 3M tape sealer. After the sealer, the case is conveyed to the palletising robot, where it is palletised and then discharged to the outfeed for collection by forklift.
The palletising cell is stacking 3 products simultaneously, as well as gluing each layer, and applying base and layer sheets.
With the ability to supply high speed case packing machines, as well as the capability of the robotic case packer to do over 60 packs per minute, JMP have solutions to suit several requirements.