FROMM is the trusted packaging brand in Australia with over 70 years’ global experience in developing a broad range of Inline Automatic packaging equipment including; stretch wrapping, carton taping and strapping for a wide range of industries.
We have the proven knowledge to design packaging solutions for your business. Below is a range of different Automatic Inline machine installations we have designed, manufactured and installed. They will give you a great insight into the benefits our customers receive.
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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.
FROMM Australia recently worked with a dairy distributor to increase automation and throughput in the cold store area. Cold store distribution is generally a large-scale operation and is particularly labor intensive & difficult to automate. Fromm Australia designed and installed an in-line automatic stretch wrapping system complete with pallet dispenser, separate re-work infeed, staging area, pallet wrapping machine, conveyor lowering (for walkie truck access) and safety systems to category three standards.
Our client is a manufacturer of bottled water and processes high quality bottled water in a demanding beverage market. A stretch wrapping machine was required to under wrap the pallet for load security, whilst keeping up production demands. FROMM Australia were asked to install the system at short notice when a suitable down time window opened.
Our customer distributes high quantities of fibreboard to a number of remote centres around Australia, as well as customer specific orders which can vary in size & shape. Our customer had a number of specific requirements for their packaging line, such as early morning and late afternoon peaks in activity. They needed a solution that could handle intense peaks by maintaining workload efficiently and packaging consistency.