Automating a palletizing operation is no dirty business
A soil supplier installs three automatic palletizers to reduce labor and increase its palletizing rate.
Spring is in the air, and as the earth defrosts, it's once again time to think about what to do with the garden. Chances are that topsoil, fertilizer, and planting mixes are necessities. At its organics division sites across the US, The Scotts Co., headquartered in Marysville, Ohio, has been gearing up for the planting rush since February. This has become a much easier and more efficient task since 1996 when the company decided to automate the bag palletizing of its soils and other organic products.