We get it. It's crazy out there right now. Consumers are staying home and the markets on edge, creating complex uncertainty for business leaders.
We've created a list of the Top 3 Profitability Issues facing end-of-line packaging operations.
Now is the perfect time to evaluate if these are plaguing your operation.
Lost Production Time
Production line’s experiences an avg. of 3 ½ hours of unplanned downtime each week due to common equipment malfunctions & miss fires causing boxes to be missed.
Pneumatically activated guns randomly misfire when warming up each morning. The guns also fail due to the heavy wear & tear created from the repetitive impact from compressed air.
Most companies are buying 2x the adhesive needed for their production.
Doubling their annual adhesive spend & increasing demand on supply chain logistics.
Spare Part Markup
Did You Know Spare part sales account for almost 70% of the annual sales plan for some sales staff of large Adhesive Equipment Manufactures?
They sell $10,000+ units, yet the bulk of their annual revenue comes from spare part failure. They want your parts to fail so they can cash in on large mark-ups.
Our Dot Optimized Product Suite has been proven to cut adhesive use by over 50% while reducing system downtime and wear & tear on equipment - ultimately reducing your spare part equipment costs.
Watch Dotting Solution
INCREASE PRODUCTION TIME & REDUCED SPEND ON SPARE PARTS
Traditional adhesive stitching units for end-of-line packaging require expensive replacement parts, because they use compressed air that repeatedly shocks the equipment when applying a stitching pattern.
We got rid of compressed air! Our electronic heads last up to 10x longer significantly improving your production downtime while greatly reducing replacement part spend.
Instead of a traditional long line of adhesive, Dotting applies dots of adhesive with space between. Dotting can give you the same (or improved) hold strength as your current line adhesive…while using 50% less adhesive. Cutting your costs in ½!
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