Perfect Packaging, ordinary packaging executed extraordinary well
Veröffentlicht am 8. Juli 2019 in Operational Excellence
Packaging processes rarely harbour extremely surprising variables. From manufacturers to system integrators, machine builders and industrial automation providers, we all know the essentials that make packaging production a definite success. However, the everyday reality on the factory floor is that small imperfections in the process result in major output disturbances. That is why Omron introduces its Perfect Packaging concept featuring smart innovations that ensure that ordinary F&B-packaging is executed extraordinary well. We help make your bottom-line top!
In the Food & Beverage industry packaging imperfection in filling, sealing or labelling comes at an extraordinary high price. Industrial Automation plays a leading role in minimising such costly mistakes in packages. Perfect Packaging aims for zero defects to avoid recall penalties, optimum filling to increase the bottom-line, and higher machine speed with quality output. Additionally, we help to realize continuous correct packaging combining the right product with the right packaging in the right amount without misses and perfectly closed.
Make your bottom-line top
Special circumstances like machine start-ups or change-overs often produce packaging with imperfections. It results in spoilage risks, waste, and less output making such situations extremely expensive. The human factor also needs to be taken into account when evaluating packaging effectiveness. Operators and engineers are just as prone to make mistakes as all of us are. Waste, spoilage, defects, mistakes, and limited output can be avoided with the right automation. Omron's Perfect Packaging solutions focus on practical issues that really make a difference at the end of the line.
Multiple improvements, zero defects
Process improvements and smart production level checks can be integrated into control and information systems to reduce the number of wrong packages and significantly increase yield. Discover how we can help optimize your packaging with regard to processes like grading, pick & place, dosing, capping, labelling, weighing, conveying, sealing, and load & off-load functions. Our fast quality checks on topics as proper closure, print defects, fill levels, presence & correctness of seals, caps, and labels provide the quality assurance that enables you to further improve production efforts now and in the future.
This article is part of the Omron's series of publications entitled 'OEE & me' and covers 'Perfect Packaging, ordinary packaging executed extraordinary well'.
11. Februar 2019
Omron's series of 'OEE & me'-publications offers manufacturers, machine builders, and system integrators a convenient, complete and up-to-date guide to state-of-the-art OEE solutions. Practical insights that clearly explain what these new industrial automation solutions can do for your business. We will focus on topics like Staying Competitive (machine condition monitoring, autonomous production flows, and machine stops), Quality Control & Regulations (perfect packaging, managing waste, and avoiding contamination), and Mass Customization (avoiding idle time and production disruptions).
8. Juli 2019
Protecting a product is the main purpose of any package. Food packaging that is not closed completely airtight can cause a whole range of problems resulting in huge expenses and problematic long-term consequences for manufacturers. Loss of nutrients and aroma to premature spoilage are the least problematic relative to the costly aftermath that easily comes around the corner when consumer health is at stake and recalls enter the media.
8. Juli 2019
Omron's leading position in packaging automation in the Food & Beverage industry is based on smart and simple solutions that result in solid success. A concept that we dubbed Perfect Packaging. Omron's Perfect Packaging approach structurally eliminates risks and boosts production even in tough situations when high throughput is required. But also optimises your filling. Minimising under- or overfill.