FROMM is the trusted packaging brand in Australia with over 70 years’ global experience in developing a broad range of Inline Automatic Packaging Machines including; stretch wrapping, carton taping and strapping for a wide range of industries.
We have the proven knowledge to design packaging machines for your business. Below is a range of different Automatic Inline Packaging Machine installations we have designed, manufactured and installed.
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Our client is a manufacturer and distributor of plasterboard in NSW. They had an automatic strapping system on site which was rendered redundant by a competing supplier due to the lack of spares and support. Staff had been strapping by hand for some months resulting in increased labour costs, time and no direct control over packaging integrity.
Our customer is a manufacturer of small diameter pipe. Historically the pipe was bundled into orders and strapped at both ends prior to dispatch to its final destination. Due to market demand for better presentation, less transit damage and subsequent returns, the customer discussed their options with FROMM.
A leading steel extrusions manufacturer needed a new strapping machine to adapt to the current production with the ability to easily transform and modify as the business grows. FROMM Australia engineered a strapping system including a FROMM MH600 strapping head and an automatic bearer application.
This distribution company had an existing conveyor line which passed through a semi-automatic wrapping station, requiring significant human interaction on the production floor. FROMM Australia conducted a full review of their process, taking into account human error and safety risks, with a view to automate the process where practical and possible.
FROMM Australia recently installed an orbital wrapping machine with twin wrapping heads. Our client needed a wrapping machine and reliable packaging film that could wrap products quickly, protect the products during transit and ultimately reduce the number of packaged goods available inventory.
Our client is a manufacturer of aluminium extrusions, has experienced a recent increase in demand, putting pressure on the logistics & distribution side of their business. Their packaging process was a completely manual operation, requiring significant human interaction on the production floor. FROMM Australia reviewed their entire packaging process, taking into account human error and safety risks, with a view to automate the wrapping and strapping processes.
Our client is a manufacturer of fencing and wire products and required a turn key wrapping solution for unstable wire bundles on pallets. Wrapping and palletising wire bundles can cause major safety concerns when wrapping by hand, with many sharp edges & pieces of wire for employees to injure themselves on. In order to reduce these safety concerns, our customer wanted to eliminate human interaction within the packaging process.
Our customer is a manufacturer of steel cans used for food products, such as baby formula, and process high quantities of 3m high pallets. With rising demand around the world for Australian canned foods (particularly in China as a result of the baby formula shortage) our customer needed to update their existing packaging line to cope with the increase in orders.
Our customer, a leading manufacturer of paint, had two process lines feeding out onto a single pick up point where the tins or drums of paint were removed by forklift and taken to a wrapping area prior to transport. Due to its location pallets of paint had already shifted prior to being wrapped and the customer was experiencing claims and excess returns.