Packaging operations are increasing their demands for safety and flexibility in the field, and one specific piece of equipment is playing an especially big role in allowing that measure to succeed, according to Food Production Daily.
For years, packing products companies have run into difficulties when it comes to the question of packing and shipping meat.
Industrial strapping reduces damage, loss, and cost. Steel, polyester, nylon, polyethylene, and more – strapping secures containers big and small for storage and shipping. It protects inventory, strengthens stacks, and opens space. In doing so, strapping protects worker and container during shelving, loading, and transport. Industrial strapping comes in a variety of materials, sizes, and uses. Each group has advantages and disadvantages for specific applications. So, the typical industrial environment will have a number of strapping options because this is not a one type fits all situation.
Real world operations have demonstrated the values and applications in each system. When the only option has been counting, bagging, labeling, and sealing by hand, any system that can run 24/7 with one or no operator will save money. Depending on the application and materials, auto bagging can reduce labor up to 80%, save up to 50% over paper envelops, and eliminate 100% of labeling and corrugated boxes.
Strapping, wrapping, banding – whatever you choose to call it, those responsible for shipping and handling need secure, cost-efficient solutions for a variety of needs. Once containers are fully packed, they need additional security to strengthen them, stack them, reduce damage, prevent pilferage, and more. Strapping and bundling boxes or materials together improves risk management by preventing falls. It unitizes items for easier forklift maneuvering and more efficient placement on transport vehicles. Strapping comes in a variety of strengths, sizes, and materials. So solutions come in a variety of products from low cost to high durability. Different products solve different problems, so knowing which products serve which need is important to shipping procedure.