September 7, 2010
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Combi Packaging Systems LLC and QComp Technologies, Inc. have joined forces to offer the latest in robotic case packing technology.
The integration of these two companies’ knowledge and expertise will provide customers with state of the art methods for pre-sorting mixed products for tray and case packing.
“Over 30 years customers have recognized our ability to develop and deliver affordable packaging equipment,” says Combi president and chief executive officer John F. Fisher. “Our capabilities, combined with QComp Technologies vision guided picking systems, provides another platform of solutions for our customers.”
As experienced suppliers with proven installations in the food, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries, Combi will compliment its case and tray packing machines with QComp’s high speed delta style robot picker systems. Combi’s case packing efficiencies combined with QComp’s multi-axis robot and vision systems will significantly increase customer’s production speeds, improve overall efficiency and quality while maximizing their return on investment.
Combi Packaging Systems was formed as a joint venture between 3M and The MJ Maillis Group in 1999, and is a leading U.S. manufacturer of end-of-line packaging equipment. For more information, visit www.combi.com.
Founded in 1990, QComp Technologies designs and builds automated robotic palletizing, high speed picking cells and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) for material handling systems. For more information, visit www.qcomptech.com.