Turning to packaging cells

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Kisters Kayat has launched its Ultra-Flexible Packaging Cell,
designed to take primary packages all the way from production line
to bundled packs, trays or cases and finished pallet.

Kisters Kayat has launched its Ultra-Flexible Packaging Cell, designed to take primary packages all the way from production line to bundled packs, trays or cases and finished pallet.

Performing all of these functions for a variety of pharmaceutical applications in the smallest footprintpossible, US-based Kisters Kayat says that the Ultra-Flexible Packaging Cells also offer the ability to quickly and easily meet changing production demands through its combination of packaging equipment and integratedrobotic technology in a customised turnkey system.

The Kisters Kayat Pack Cell is designed to run a wide range of packages, from loose product, multi-packs, wrap-around boxes or tray packs.The Packaging Cell is said to maximise flexibility with its ability to sort packs forall types of palletising such as direct, layer or display. The company also claims that the system makes changeovers fast and easy.

Pack Cells aim to minimise both equipment acquisition costs, as well as a variety of costs associated with end-of-line production systems. The company says that a key cost saving from use of the Pack Cells results from both reduced plantfloor space requirements as well as reduction of costs associated with intensive transport conveyors.

Kisters Kayat provides customers worldwide with complete end of line systems. A wide range of packaging equipment from bothKisters and Kayat product lines combined with integrated robotic technology, enables design and delivery of fully integrated turnkey systems.

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