WePackit’s objective is to provide cost effective automation for customers that demand a short return on investment. It has taken over twenty years of automation evolution to come up with this product line. In packaging automation it’s easy to put a servomotor on a machine for every motion. It’s difficult to make things simple, which is where WePackit excels. There are now WePackit knock-offs in the market, catering to the unsuspecting. But they are copying obsolete WePackit equipment.

Layout Development
If you are improving an existing packaging line or considering equipment for a new facility, WePackit can help.  Our extensive experience throughout a wide variety of industries has given us the expertise on how to integrate with upstream and downstream equipment.  Whether it’s fillers, wrappers, slitters, cartoners, palletizers, cappers, pasteurizers, extruders, ovens, conveyors, etc., WePackit has done it.  We welcome the opportunity to consult on future line designs as part of the quotation process.

Project Coordination
As part of the project life cycle, we assign a point person as the main point of contact throughout the project.  This ensures continuity, quick reaction time, and continuous status reporting.

Controls Integration
If required, WePackit offers line status reporting for full line control.  Whether it’s statistics or central line control, WePackit will be able to fulfill your controls requirements.

WePackit equipment comes standard as OSHA safety compliant.  If required, WePackit can comply with Category 3 Safety requirements and Pre-Start Health & Safety certification.

Every WePackit project begins with three very important components to kick off a project: Down payment, Purchase Order and all engineering samples. These three items will enable us to evaluate the entire scope of the project, and confirm that we have all the tools to start a project.
For some projects, the next step is the on-site kick-off meeting. This is sometimes referred to as the pre-project evaluation. This step involves an on-site visit for layout development/verification, as well as further understanding of customer needs. This step ensures that customer expectations are met, and the face-to-face discussions on the layout ensure that the space is being used properly.
To verify that customer expectations are met, an Order Confirmation is developed and presented to the customer for approval. Once customer approval has been documented, a Manufacturing slot is assigned. Delays in customer approval of the Order Confirmation directly affect the quoted lead time.
The equipment is then designed, fabricated, and assembled. In the meantime, the customer is assembling large quantities of testing samples. These samples must be actual product and cases, in order to best simulate the production environment. Samples must arrive prior to machine power-up.
Once the equipment has been fully assembled and wired, it is fully tested with the customer supplied test samples. The customer will be notified when their machine or line will be ready for a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT).
During the FAT, the customer is given the opportunity to review the equipment and compare it to the quote that the Purchase Order was placed for. After approval, WePackit typically requires some time to make minor changes resulting from the FAT. The machine is then disassembled and cleaned.
Upon completion of the FAT, the customer makes arrangements with the WePackit Service Manager to arrange for a service technician to come to their plant. This technician is capable of start-up, commissioning and training at the customer’s plant.
As a final Quality Control measure, department heads such as Accounting, Sales and Manufacturing sign off on the machine for release to the customer. The machine is then loaded onto a logistics trailer, and strapped securely in place for transportation to the customer’s plant.
Unloading of the equipment does not require any heavy equipment such as fork lifts. Castors on all major pieces enable two people to comfortably unload all equipment. Manual pump-trucks may be required for some small pieces loaded on pallets.
The equipment is then set & level, and supplied power and air. This must be done prior to the service technician’s arrival. The service technician must be present for power-up on the customer’s floor.


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