Robot Palletisers

Robot palletisers are becoming an increasingly popular application. They are capable of assembling mixed pallets as well as palletising different items simultaneously. They are costs effective to install, but robotic palletisers typically are slow speed and low output..


De-palletisers are machines that unload items from the pallets. Using de-palletisers can bring costs and time savings, and also relieve workers from undue physical stress. Palletisers and de-palletisers can play a crucial role in the production process. They are used to transport parts from one line to another during manufacturing.

Automated Guided Vehicles

An AGV or Automated Guided Vehicle is usually found in a production or manufacturing facility. These robotic vehicles are used to perform operations that would otherwise be carried out manually, or by forklifts and conveyors.

Handling Systems

Handling systems will be used for handling and the keeping of packages before they arrive at the palletiser. Conveyor systems will be designed according to the typology, plant layout, and also the types of items to be palletised.

Sack Palletising

Sack Palletisers can be configured to process a wide range of sacks and bags. These types of palletisers can help to compress and secure the layers of sacks onto the pallet.


The palletiser automates the stacking process that can otherwise be labour intensive and expensive, putting undue stress on workers. There are many types of palletisers used today, designed to be configured alongside the other production line facilities. Palletising is indeed a critical part of the manufacturing process.

Global AGV

AGV or Automated Guided Vehicles, reduce manual processes, which can improve the working environment and increase the company’s productivity. AGV technology can be easily integrated alongside existing operations. The solutions provided by Global AGV are highly flexible too, and so can be changed to map the route of new production flows.


Lita palletisers are one of the world’s oldest manufacturers of palletising systems, established in 1962 and are still a family-owned company. They specialise in conventional medium to high paced palletisers including Cartesian palletisers, layer palletisers & de-palletisers, as well as pallet de-stackers and layer card applicators.


The Clevertech group, is the world’s number one supplier of high end multilane, centralised robot palletising cells. This company operates in a range of different sectors, including food & beverages, home care, pet food and personal care, meeting specific requirements of major consumer goods manufacturers.


Europack was established in 1998 by a group of technicians and managers highly experienced in automatic palletising systems and robotic automation. Europack are the inventors of rotating beam palletiser.