The TL Series Case Packers – Increasing Efficiency and Quality
The TL Series case packing machines have become an indispensable tool for many companies, in a variety of industries. Each of our machines offer numerous benefits, especially in terms of cost savings and increased efficiency.
York, PA (June 8, 2021) – K2 Kinetics has announced the acquisition of Robotic Packaging Machinery, LLC(or “RPM” for short). An Austin, TX, based company RPM is one of the most innovative and compact designers and manufacturers of case packers throughout the United States. Founded in 2011 by Scott Thiede, the company now has an established product line of 4 key models designed around functionality and efficiencies needed for a variety of customers.
The TL2+ was designed with a small footprint so it could be easily incorporated into existing production lines, with a larger, heavier-duty robot that can handle more rigorous jobs.
Automation does more than eliminate jobs and create new ones. It increases the value of human beings in the workplace.
If automation is something your company is planning, it could have greater benefits than the automation itself. It could help you identify the issues in your production lines that are inefficient or problematic, and correct them.
There are some common misconceptions about automation. Unfortunately, these widely believed myths might be keeping some manufacturers from achieving the productivity and profitability gains they need. Here are the myths, and the truths behind them.
In the never-ending quest to increase production and efficiency, and to reduce costs, companies are looking to automation as the solution. They’re being sold huge machines that do it all. For small and medium-sized companies, that’s overkill.
Flexibility is all the rage these days. Packaging machine manufacturers love to say that their machines are flexible. And we’re no exception. It’s right there in our tagline: Simple. Flexible. Affordable.
Top load case packing machines and carton packers from RPM are priced as much as 50% lower than machines from other manufacturers. Does that make you nervous?
When it comes to packaging machines, there are a lot of options out there. Most involve huge, complex machines big enough to require their own ZIP code. But is that really better?