Friday, July 9, 2010

Bin Picking: The Latest Trend in Case Sealers and Automated Packaging

Companies are always looking for ways to increase overall productivity while lowering production costs. introduced a new market research report discussing how “Bin Picking” can potentially offer great efficiency in the production, material handling, and packaging industries. For as low as $1500, those in the packaging industry can acquire a digital copy of the intensive and in-depth report on automated bin picking systems, while $2250 grants you a department license. Published this June, the market report on bin picking provides an executive summary on technologies used, supplier and market overviews, and turnkey concepts, to name a few.

Titled “Industrial Automation – Market Report Bin Picking”, the report discusses what bin picking really is and how it can greatly affect automated packaging with case sealers and carton sealing machines. Bin picking reduces manual repetitive work while increasing productivity. The process of bin picking has recently garnered interest due to the difficult market situations of today’s economy. The financial crisis has prompted packaging industries to search for other means to open up efficiency and cost reduction with automated processes of sealing boxes with case sealers.

Bin picking, which, simply put, is the automated unloading of unsorted parts from transport boxes to a bin or pallet, is now being applied to the aerospace, automotive, food & packaging, logistics, and pharmaceutical industries because of the great potential it offers. A comprehensive market report is now available, presenting an extensive survey of how bin picking is used on automated packaging systems through case sealers and carton sealing machines.

Providing in-depth reviews into customer requirements, technologies, products, and turnkey solutions, the market report on “Bin Picking” additionally provides information about turnkey suppliers, system integrators, product and component manufacturers from outside Europe and North America. Data sources come from direct interviews conducted with the companies. Additional research has also been generated on the internet, trade shows, presentations, publications, and conferences.

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