Conveying in the Manufacturing IndustryScott Automation & Robotics offers a wide range of turn-key conveying solutions for integration into your manufacturing plant, designed to meet your specific needs. Manufacturing processes depend on the efficiency of conveyors for product transfer and out-put levels which provide overall manufacturing efficiencies.

Our expertise in Materials Handling and Conveyor solutions provides benefits to your plant by increasing productivity, reducing costs and providing a Return on Investment (ROI).

Whether you need a conveyor solution for  accumulation, mass flow, heavy products, clean room applications, pallets, raw materials, carton sortation & diverting and stacking & reclaiming applications contact the team at Scott Automation & Robotics

Case Studies

Robotic Palletising Solution delivers results for VIP Packaging

  Palletising in any manufacturing plant presents many operational challenges: from production efficiencies to safety considerations. This is particularly applicable to a company like VIP Packaging, a leading plastic and steel packaging company in Australia and New Zealand, which manufactures packaging solutions for the food and beverage, personal care, household consumer and industrial chemical industries. Among its products, 

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Innovative Conveyor Maintenance: Using automation to increase conveyor uptime, eliminate health and safety risks

There is no questioning the crucial nature of conveyor operation within the mining business or the detrimental impact of down time. It is a known fact that continuous operation of such equipment inevitably leads to wear and the requirement to service or replace. The question is how can conveyor uptime be increased, optimum value from 

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Innovation – Critical for Future Manufacturing Competitiveness

Innovation has been deemed the most critical driver of a nation’s competitiveness according to the recently released 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index by Deloitte. The index cited Australia as 16th on a ranking of current competitiveness, a drop from the nation’s 2010 ranking of 15th. Unless dire action is taken for Australian manufacturers to remain 

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