Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Industry : Food/Beverage
The Customer’s Challenge A major North American brewery required JMP’s assistance on a project that was part of an overall strategy for reducing energy usage.
The Customer’s Challenge A leading Canadian food products company relied heavily on high-speed production lines to support the lower production costs that were key to their competitive pricing strategy.
A major dairy packaging company operating multiple plants in Texas and surrounding states had a need to improve the inspection and reject station for their half-gallon gable top carton filling line.
The Challenge The movement of very heavy parts (over 1,000 lbs.
The Challenge A large steel-making facility purchased equipment which included an integrated robot for loading/unloading material.
The Challenge Struggling to meet the demand for their product, our client, a paper and plastic bag fabricator, turned to JMP for help.
In today’s world it is essential that companies run lean and efficient processes while increasing ergonomic and safe work-flows that protect and broaden the work force.
Kawasaki Robotics US recently turned to Güdel for a 21-meter-long, three-carriage TrackMotion TMF-4 for material handling in a body shop.
Robots help packagers work more efficiently, increasing output and reducing change over time.
On the production floor, the scene is like one from a delicate and very precise ballet of technology: an ABB robot bends gracefully forward and grips a stainless steel beer keg gently but firmly around its “waist,” then smoothly rotates it 90 degrees and carefully places it, inverted, in the packing area.
Iceland's biggest dairy, Mjólkursamsalan Akureyri, uses two UR5 robots in its production of milk products.
TASK KP Foods Plant at Stockton-on-Tees is a manufacturer of Potato Crisp snack foods.
Packaging containers can sometimes be quite elaborate.
Easy-to-assemble modular approach adds both packaging capacity and flexibility for food products customer needs When food product consumers’ tastes change, food product manufacturers’ processes need to change with them, to stay ahead in a competitive marketplace.