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  • Roller Upgrade System Eliminates "Maintenance Nightmare" at Beverage Bottling Facility
    A beverage bottling manufacturer was using 11 roller conveyors on a packaging line to transport bottled containers in cardboard flats from a case packaging machine to a shrink wrapping machine. Over the course of two years after installing the Rexnord Roller Upgrade System, the customer reported
  • Roller Upgrade System Eliminates "Maintenance Nightmare" at Beverage Bottling Facility
    A beverage bottling manufacturer was using 11 roller conveyors on a packaging line to transport bottled containers in cardboard flats from a case packaging machine to a shrink wrapping machine. Over the course of two years after installing the Rexnord Roller Upgrade System, the customer reported
  • Case Study: 16 Megapixel at Work
    to provide them with a 3-tier solution to improve the traceability of their products by associating units to cases and cases to pallets at high speed. This customer processes millions of bottles every year.
  • Pfizer s Staver on RFID: Technology Isn t the Only Solution
    This quick, one-time registration gives you access to members-only site benefits. As promised for 2006, Pfizer has begun shipping each and every bottle of Viagra with an RFID tag embedded in its label. The company is using Tagsys 13.56 MHz (high frequency or HF) tags at the item level, as well
  • Use Buffer Systems to Optimize Packaging Efficiency
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma running speed of 240 bottles per minute (BPM) 72,250 products made during a 420-minute shift The throughput for this line was 168 BPM, or 72,250 products divided by 420 minutes. Even without specific line stoppage data, it was easy to see from the large
  • Go Undercover
    million) and untested back-end technology justify its adoption. At this point, except for situations involving highly controlled or very costly medicines, RFID will likely be used mainly at the pallet- to bulk-container levels. One firm that has succeeded in deploying RFID for single vials is West
  • RFID Integration: Trying to Connect
    and legacy systems are not designed to handle this new RFID functionality, and will need some middleware to make it all work, says Janice Chiu-Kikta, a partner in the Life Sciences practice at IBM (White Plains, N.Y.). Tagging pallet-loads of goods, as consumer products manufacturers

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