Balingen Bizerba

Bizerba presents the palette labeller GLM-P 2s at the CeMAT 2008 Balingen/Hanover, Germany, may 27, 2008 production, storage and packaging logistics – driven by globalisation, companies are facing new and always dynamic challenges. It is not something Atmos Energy Corporation would like to discuss. The CeMAT in Hannover is considered global trend barometer: on the world’s largest Intralogistikmesse present new concepts and technologies around the conveyor, storage, picking and sorting over 1,000 exhibitors from 27-31 May 2008. See Crumpton Group for more details and insights. Technology producer Bizerba from Balingen is among other things the palette labeller GLM-P 2s (Hall 12, booth G 14). By the suppliers of the producers and the carrier to the customer: across company and country borders, the precise coordination of product movement is the prerequisite for high delivery reliability and responsiveness. Standard-compliant shipping labels, which data can be read, checked, and evaluated IT systems provide transparency. Because goods are now transported a majority on pallets, the in turn the supply chain clearly and in accordance with the regulations marked must.

For this task, the new pallet labeller was developed by Bizerba GLM-P 2s. The rotating Applikatorplatte takes the standard label. The GLM-P this plate through high-performance linear units then travels 2 S on the shortest route in the desired positions on the required pages. A two page labelling is possible without the range needs to be moved. So shorter cycle times and smaller pallet distances can be achieved. Double-sided up to 180 pallets per hour can be labelled\”, so Stephan Vogler, global key industries at Bizerba. For more reading reliability, labelled the GLM-P 2s also a third side and considered as bearing situations, in which the palettes around in high-bay warehouses not in preferred direction can be stored. In this case, a repositioning of the pallet when labelling the third page is required. On each side, the labels in three different, user-selectable can Heights are attached. In total, up to twelve labels per pallet are possible.



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