Rennco, a product brand of ProMach, has developed a 301 e-commerce bagger/labeler, which the company says will ensures fast packing and shipping of mixed-product orders.
The new e-commerce bagger/labeler from Rennco features an automated process, which will support in fast and cost-effective packing of mixed products delivering to a single address.
The new system will help employees to avoid handling of bags or label, enabling to improve overall packing-line efficiency.
A shift from packaging mixed-product orders in boxes to bags will help reduce dimensional weight (DIM) calculated shipping cost.
Rennco’s new 301 e-commerce bagger/labeler will also reduce film cost by creating optimally sized bags around each order, helping fulfillment centers to save more than 50% on consumables by avoiding the need to purchase premade bags.
The system holds capacity to produce produces bags as small as 2 x 2in, and also as large as 18 x 24in, and these bags are suitable for
Rennco’s 301 system produces bags as small as 2 x 2 inches to as large as 18 x 24 inches, and the bags are suitable for shipping consumer or commercial products.
The bar code will be scanner the bar code when the tote reaches the packing station. Later, the address data is downloaded to the ID Technology Model 252 label printer applicator.
The employee shifts the products from the tote to the 30, and the remaining process will be completed by the automated process.
Distribution centers can use these compact caster-mounted machines to increase the number of lines in their shipping facilities, even with a footprint of less than nine square feet.
The ID Technology Model 252 label printer applicator is provided with a touch screen user interface for easy programming, rewind motor module that is hot swappable, advanced plasma coated air assist tube that avoids label sticking and multiple other options such as service position tamp module.
ProMach offers packaging solutions to the manufacturers in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care, and household and industrial goods industries.
The firm’s brands operate across the entire packaging spectrum, including filling and capping, flexibles, pharma, product handling, labeling and coding and end of line.