See Brenton Automated Packaging Solutions at WestPack 2022

Brenton, a ProMach brand, is bringing its full complement of material handling and automation solutions next month to California’s largest packaging event. Through interactive 3D animations, Brenton will be showcasing its new RT1000 top load case packer, Bot Box modular robotic palletizer, integrated frozen pizza line, and other robotic automation solutions in booth 5346 at WestPack, April 12-14, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.

Brenton is a leader in designing and manufacturing integrated end-of-line packaging systems and machines, specializing in case packing and palletizing using both robotics and other automation.

Highlighting the show is a must-see for WestPack attendees: the RT1000 top load robotic case packer system. The RT1000 brings several attractive features to industries packaging consumer/commercial goods, household chemicals and personal care items that are looking to add automation to manage their packing needs and sustain their business growth more efficiently.

The RT1000 provides greater flexibility to customers to accommodate a wider range of products, and the ability to quickly program them into the system on the fly without outside assistance. This is accomplished through a simple-to-use HMI that can be operated by staff with varied skill levels. Additionally, the single-skid design enables the machine to fit into a truck for easy transport and set up.

Looking to add automation to your palletizing operation? Then the Box Bot modular robotic palletizer is a solution to explore. Implementing a robotic solution such as the Box Bot cuts down on labor costs, reduces risk of employee injury associated with manual palletizing, and increases predictability of a company’s production output.

The Box Bot features a skid-based design that allows for fast setup and operation in just a few hours. Conversely, as applications or facility layout change, the Box Bot can easily be moved.

The Box Bot features a FANUC robot that provides higher stack patterns, which better maximize tractor-trailer loading for more efficient shipping. Creating patterns is accomplished though the QBox custom pallet building HMI-based software, the most technologically intuitive operator interface available on the market. The ability to build your own patterns saves time and money by eliminating the need to have a service programmer onsite to perform the task.

Many customers choose to connect Brenton solutions together to maximize robotic automation to the fullest. A notable example of this is in our integrated line simulating frozen pizza packaging. This animated 3D display shows how Brenton case packers, palletizers and other systems seamlessly work in harmony to deliver a higher level of efficiency and productivity, while also increasing speed. These types of lines allow customers to do more with fewer employees – employees who can be reallocated to other areas where they can be more beneficial to the company.

To learn how these and other Brenton solutions can add efficiencies to your next end-of-line packaging application, visit booth 5346 at WestPack 2022. For more information about Brenton’s integrated end-of-line packaging systems, log onto

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