Palletizing concept

What is Palletizing?

Palletizing refers to the process of placing materials and packages onto pallets for storage, protection, and transportation. A pallet is a flat structure, typically made of wood, plastic, or metal, that provides a stable platform for handling and moving goods. Palletizing simplifies the management of goods in logistics and supply chain operations by consolidating smaller packages into a single, easily movable unit. The process can be performed manually or automatically using various types of machinery.

In essence, palletizing involves arranging boxes or other packages in a specific pattern to maximize the use of space and ensure stability. The goal is to create a compact, stable load that can be easily handled by forklifts, pallet jacks, and other material handling equipment. Palletizing is a critical component in the logistics industry, as it improves efficiency, reduces labor costs, and minimizes the risk of damage to products during transit.


How Can We Automate the Process?

Automating the palletizing process involves the use of machinery and technology to perform the tasks traditionally done by manual labor. Automated palletizing systems can significantly improve efficiency, accuracy, and safety in the logistics process. There are several types of automated palletizers, including:

  1. Inline Palletizers: These systems use conveyor belts and industrial sorting equipment to arrange packages into preset patterns. Each layer of products is clamped into place and lifted onto the pallet. The pallet is then rotated to alternate the pattern for each layer.

  2. Robotic Palletizers: These systems use articulated robot arms to move individual products and stack them on pallets. Robotic palletizers can handle a variety of product sizes and shapes without requiring changes to the physical equipment. They are highly flexible and efficient for mixed-use pallets.

  3. High-Infeed Palletizers: These advanced systems deliver comprehensive packaging services, including sorting, counting, and labeling products before stacking them on pallets. High-infeed palletizers are ideal for high-volume operations and provide greater precision and speed.

  4. Low-Feed Palletizers: These systems work with existing floor-level conveyors and are designed for lower-volume operations. They are more compact and can be integrated into existing production lines.


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Wemo xPacker -50

Our high-speed robot xPacker -50 is designed to handle parts or boxes up to 5 kg, with an impressive capacity of up to 15 cycles per minute.

wemo xpacker 200 palletizing robot

Wemo xPacker -200

Discover the versatile xPacker 200, designed to handle parts or boxes weighing up to 20 kg with an impressive capacity of up to 10 cycles per minute.

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Wemo xPacker-S

xPacker-S is designed to handle applications with higher payloads up to 100 kg and larger working areas compared to other xPacker models.