3 Reasons an Automatic Packaging Machine Reduces Freight Claims
Humans have been completing manual work for hundreds, if not thousands of years, and civilization is still standing. So, things are going well despite the ups and downs as well as the errors. The Industrial Revolution ushered in a great era for the manufacturing industry as processes could be automated and become more efficient. The current era is ushering in technology and software, which is also automating redundant tasks, but it is not making certain manufacturing machinery obsolete. The two can work in sync to deliver better output. An automatic packing machine, for example, offers several benefits.
Here are three reasons why a packaging machine reduces freight claims.
Freight Is Sealed
While the strongest humans can potentially provide as much strength as a machine, usually, the machine is going to win. When your staff wraps freight on a pallet, therefore, they can only get it so tight and sealed. A lot happens to shipments as they are transferred from their starting point that you might not want to imagine. It is safe to say there are a few bumps and pushes along the way, though. This can lead to denting packages as well as damaging the product.
Freight Is Uniform
A machine can wrap the freight in a more uniform manner. The process will depend on the model you acquire. Machines, today, have been improved. Some simply require someone to place the packages on a conveyor belt. Then, it does the rest. You can also have your employees place the product on pallets. Thereafter, the freight is wrapped.
Odd Sizes Can Be Tackled, Too
If your packages, products or freight are odd-shaped, there is an automatic packing machine to handle that task, too. Your staff simply needs to adjust the settings. The machine takes over from there and wraps accordingly.
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