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Increased interest in automated packaging systems
Many e-commerce businesses are facing a ‘perfect storm’ of increasing order volumes coupled with diminishing labour availability. Finding staff for busy packaging and despatch operations is becoming increasingly difficult, particularly during peak period.
As increased buying power continues to create opportunity for a range of businesses, parcel packaging challenges can limit growth and compromise customer relationships. Survey reports showcase that excessive packaging is one of the most annoying things about online shopping. Oversize boxes aren’t just an annoyance to consumers, it’s is a growing consumer concern. The same surveys show that many customers feel more positively about brands that are trying to reduce unnecessary packaging.
Cost pressures too, along with mounting consumer concerns over excessive packaging and large voids around packed items, are leading to a significant rise in interest in automated solutions that can boost productivity in despatch halls.
The case for a fast, efficient, economical and secure means of automating the packaging is convincing – but how can it be done? Effectively, could a machine flex to demand, even at volumes of up to a thousand packages an hour? The answer is yes. Meet the CVP Everest and the CVP Impack: the automated packaging systems by Sparck.
Automate your way to more profits
Up to 500 boxes per hour
High velocity automated packaging
Up to 1,100 boxes per hour
What is automated packaging?
The CVP Automated Packaging Solutions are inline packaging machines. Made by Sparck (formerly Quadient), this fit to size technology will determine size, construct, weigh and label each separate order, creating the perfect parcel and eradicating the need for void fill materials. Companies worldwide benefit from a seamless packing process, saving labour costs while reducing box volume and corrugate usage.
Place order on induct station
Single- or multi- item orders can be handeled by one operator for maximum packaging capacity.
Each unique order is 3D-scanned to ascertain the minimum box size required. Corrugate is cut to size to eliminate excessive volume and the need for void fill. The order is then auto-packed in a fit to size box.
Package ready for shipping
Every box is firmly sealed, weighed on the in-line scale, and automatically receives a carrier-compliant shipping label.
Find out how to pack smarter, faster and more efficiently with an automated packaging system
Sparck’s number one priority is to ensure our customers meet or exceed their production and service levels by providing direct customer support. Our customers are pleased with the CVP uptime and our service options which support their productivity goals, exceeding many customers expectations.