At Omron, we like to listen to our customers. We could spend all day listening to their needs – it gives us ideas. And because we’ve been listening to our packaging machine customers for more than 20 years, you won’t be surprised that we’ve had quite a lot of good ideas.
But rather than us tell you about them, we thought you would prefer hearing it from people like you: our customers.
Packaging solution with robotics integrated control ensures scalable processes and high-quality contract manufacturing in FMCG
A complete one-stop solution from OMRON ensures upgrading the safety of a folder-gluer machine.
Myllyn Paras, a food manufacturer based in Hyvinkää, Finland, has found an innovative way to automate its palletizing operations.
Robotic bottle unscrambler from POSIMAT provides a solution to constant format changes and complex designs
Cobot solution with small footprint and active safety equipment enables handling up to 8 boxes per minute without the need for fencing or laser scanners.
Machines in food and beverage production have to be reliable, safe, fast, and maintain quality over many years and even decades.
Based in Italy, Martini Srl produces high-precision weighing and packaging machines for the food sector. Its new MCRS-VD packaging system enables the packaging of up to 180 packs of pasta per minute. At the heart of the solution is an OMRON NX701 1600 machine controller. This manages the movements of the MCRS-VD. OMRON’s NX-TC Perfect Sealing technology enables the end user to improve the stability of the thermoregulation involved and reduces the costs associated with the use of packaging films.
OMRON and Reitec join forces to create the new RC-1 cobot palletiser solution
60% smaller footprint and costing up to 50% less compared to conventional robot palletisers
February 22, 2021 Smart, robot-assisted production and packaging will maximize profitability
Inline quality inspection ensures defect-free production of bottles
Overcoming the challenge of accuracy for a large retail group
The Dutch fish manufacturer achieves 75% reduction in manual labour and up to five times the speed with the automated production line. The solution created by Innovotech BV, a local automation partner, includes control and vision systems from OMRON, and enables the company to preserve competitive production in the Netherlands.
Palletizing process automated with OMRON TM12 cobots
July 16, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has posed major challenges to organisations of all types and sizes. In the food and commodity industry, companies have faced significantly reduced consumption and disrupted supply chains, while at-home consumption increased, and out-of-home consumption came near to a standstill. But how can manufacturers adapt their business strategies and production processes both now and in the longer term? The pandemic may provide an opportunity for rethinking outdated processes and procedures and enhancing them with concepts such as innovative robotics, sensor technology and holistic automation strategies.
Turkish chocolate manufacturer BOLÇİ needed to meet its promise of delivering chocolate products that are ‘untouched by human hand’. Omron and Innovas joined forces to commission a line of three Omron robots in the packaging section of the factory’s production line, with the aim of enhancing production quality and reducing labour costs.
October 16, 2019 Our TM collaborative robot provides a unique solution to easily automate applications such as picking and packing that, traditionally performed by humans, have been challenging to automate. As part of the TM series launch, we also released a mobile-compatible model, which seamlessly integrates into Omron’s LD series autonomous mobile robot. Combined with a 3D vision camera mounted directly onto the collaborative robot, this enables for example e-commerce companies to automate more complex tasks. This includes pick and place of various items onto a tray or container, as well as connecting production processes with the autonomous mobile robots for flexible manufacturing and materials handling.
October 02, 2019 For many years, barcode technology has proved to be an economical and flexible identification technology. It has continued to develop and as a result, 1D and 2D codes (such as Datamatrix) are now used almost universally. Their versatility have made them a popular choice for streamlining many key supply chain processes, including production, logistics and item traceability.