Several activities come together in the packing process, such as weighing, void filling, carton closing and labelling. Requirements for packing workstations are increasing to improve efficiency and quality, while ensuring that the workstation meets the latest ergonomic standards.

The PACK@EASE high-performance packing workstation increases sustainable productivity and packing accuracy while reducing product damage. It also creates an ergonomically sound working environment for operators that both decreases the risk of injury and improves employee motivation.

This solution has been installed for a number of companies, such as Oninnen, Theo Förch and Arcadia.


The main benefits of PACK@EASE are:

  • broad range of functional features and future-proof services
  • operator learning curves of only 60 minutes
  • optimal ergonomics based on horizontal packing (one level), and limited vertical movements
  • optimum productivity levels achieved through fatigue-free working
  • high accuracy realized through supporting displays and a touchscreen.


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