Packaging: QComp Technologies partners with Combi Packaging Systems

The strategic partnership will provide customers with the newest method to pre-sort mixed products for tray and case packing.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 13, 2010 - MMH Editorial

QComp Technologies, Inc., a leading robotics integrator, today announced its partnership with Combi Packaging Systems to offer the latest in robotic case packing technology. The integration of the two companies’ knowledge and expertise will provide customers with state of the art methods for pre-sorting mixed products for tray and case packing.

“By combining our vision guided picking systems with Combi’s expertise we will be able to offer our customers the most efficient and cost effective packaging solutions available,” said Tom Doyle, president of QComp Technologies, Inc. “Packagers looking for the most cost effective modular designs that can handle a wide range of products should consider attending the Packexpo show to see a demonstration or our high speed picker system and the Combi case packer.”

As experienced suppliers with proven installations in the food, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries, QComp’s High Speed (Delta style robot) Picker Systems High Speed (Delta style robot) Picker Systems will compliment Combi’s case and tray packing machines. case and tray packing machines. Combi’s case packing efficiencies combined with QComp’s multi-axis robot and vision systems will significantly increase customer’s production speeds, improve overall efficiency and quality while maximizing their return on investment.

QComp will be demonstrating its High Speed Picker combined with a Combi Alphapack Servo Pick and Place Case Packer at PackExpo International in Chicago from Oct, 31 to Nov. 3, 2010.



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