Packsize Introduces PackBot, a Service-Minded On Demand Packaging Robotic System

Robotic automation from Packsize efficiently produces custom corrugated cartons to increase output and minimize manual labor dependencies

HERFORD, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Packsize today announced PackBot™, an industrial service robot that extends right-sized corrugated packaging beyond human limitations. PackBot™, an example of Packsize Global Modular Architecture (GMA), is a scalable robotic On Demand Packaging® system that automates the bulk of the manual work on a company's packaging line. Equipped with the PackNet® production and optimization software platform, PackBot™ made its debut today at Europe's largest forum for innovative packaging solutions, the new Competence Center Packaging in Langenberg.

Packsize Introduces PackBot, a Service-minded On Demand Packaging Robotic System; Robotic automation from Packsize efficiently produces custom corrugated cartons to increase output and minimize manual labor dependencies.

Tweet this
Adding to its established portfolio of world-class On Demand Packaging® solutions—also referred to as custom box-making machines and smart packaging systems—PackBot™ addresses top concerns of today's manufacturing and fulfillment managers, such as labor shortages, throughput and reliability.

"PackBot™ is at the heart of global trends such as smart manufacturing and warehousing," said Packsize Chief Scientist Niklas Pettersson. "Consumer preference for sustainably packaged products is driving industry focus on packaging optimization, along with manufacturers and distribution center managers who find it increasingly difficult to fulfill manual labor requirements. Through our continued emphasis on sustainable formats and automation, this platform's patented box-erecting process is a true game-changer for On Demand Packaging® systems."

This smart box-marking system also delivers on Packsize's GMA's promise of rapid machine development. Through a proprietary modular engineering approach, PackBot™ can be tailored to meet the customer's specific requirements and made to order.

Together with Becker Verpackungstechnologie and Becker Sondermaschinen-Bau, Packsize is taking appointments and orders for PackBot™ at the Competence Center Packaging. Send requests for more information and to schedule an appointment to:

About Packsize®

Packsize is a multinational technology company with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. Packsize GmbH directs the company's European operations and is headquartered in Herford. Packsize develops, manufactures, licenses, supports, and sells On Demand Packaging® software, systems, and solutions. Packsize makes it possible to make a right-sized box for every product, on demand, and is leading On Demand Packaging® into the fourth industrial revolution with Packaging 4.0 full-spectrum digitalization solutions. Learn why leading brands embrace Smart Packaging for a Healthy Planet® at, on +49 5221 27602 0 and on Xing and LinkedIn.

© 2018 Packsize LLC. All rights reserved. Packsize, the Packsize logo, On Demand Packaging, PackBot, and Smart Packaging for a Healthy Planet are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of Packsize LLC.

Featured Product

 Discover the power of Omron mobile robotics.

Discover the power of Omron mobile robotics.

Our fully autonomous intelligent vehicles will help you to transform the way you move materials and route your workflows. Increase throughput, eliminate material flow errors, improve traceability, maximize flexibility and allow your employees to focus on higher level tasks. Unlike traditional AGV's, our mobile robotics navigate using the natural features of your facility and do not require expensive facility modifications or guidance. Our AIV's can adapt to changes in their environment and work freely and safely with your staff. Our mobile robots are intelligent enough to quickly learn their environment and then automatically find the optimal path to where they need to go. They also automatically make adjust for dynamic environments and can work together in fleets of up to 100 robots.