Point-to-point document transfer systems installed by Red Lea, a large processed chicken operation in Blacktown have helped the company eliminate the laborious task of manually transporting paperwork around their plant facilities.
Giovanni and Mary Velcich’s Red Lea is a major chicken processing business that operates several breeding farms to produce chicks for processing and employs over 1000 staff.
Red Lea’s main office is located about 50 metres from the main processing area. The distance created problems for employees who had to physically carry the paperwork back and forth between the two locations.
The company decided to install the Lamson Whizair point-to-point document transfer system. The transfer system automatically delivers the paperwork from the processing area to the office. All the employee has to do is put the paperwork into the container for it to reach the office in seconds.
According to Red Lea, the document transfer system has paid for itself in six months and the company has installed a second system into the plant operations.
The Lamson Whizair document transfer system can be retrofitted into any operation and used in offices, hospitals, parts facilities, laboratories, security applications or supermarkets.
The inexpensive document transfer system is a labour-saving device for companies and is additionally backed up by Lamson’s national breakdown and service operations throughout Australia.
Lamson’s product range also includes air tube systems, product transfer systems such as Telelift and Transcar as well as cash handling and security handling technology solutions.