Pearson Packaging System is the industry’s most comprehensive, integrated single-source provider for secondary packaging equipment. Supplying packaging machinery for food processors, brewers, and bottlers for over 65 years, and expanding its expertise beyond design, build, and service to include robotic integration for the past 30 years.
The Pearson company was born in R.A. “Lefty” Pearson’s Garage in 1955, where he invented the first automated case packer. Since its humble beginnings, Pearsons has expanded its footprint to include 2 locations. It has grown its portfolio to include advanced product handling, and Bliss and Tray Forming technology, making Pearson the industry’s most complete provider for secondary packaging solutions.
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Pearson Packaging Systems provides manufacturing industries with high and low-speed case erectors for various box styles and sizes. Customization options support oversized or undersized cases and tall or unstable boxes. All Pearson case erectors have remote access capability, and most models perform 50 boxes/min outputs.
Pearson Packaging Systems’ line of case packers includes standard or configurable case packers, as well as bag inserters and uncuffers for bulk packing. Pearson case packers can load in horizontal or horizontal and vertical orientations at different speeds. The equipment is optimized for manufacturers producing lightweight products in flexible packaging formats, such as bags, pouches, or flow-wrapped products.
Pearson Packaging Systems’ case sealers ensure that tape is cut well, and hot-melt glue is applied at the right time and amount without excess overspray or angel hair. Case sealers provide sufficient pressure to create a secure bond so that the box remains symmetrical while traveling through the closing and sealing section of the machine. Pearson Case Sealers come in several models and can be further enhanced to address specific challenges or objectives and provide a reliable seal and squareness.
Palletization may be one of the last steps in the packaging sequence before your product gets loaded onto the truck and distributed to retailers or warehouses; however, it is also one of the most injury-prone tasks especially when done manually. As such, palletizing often ends up being the first part of a line that gets automated.
The standard range of robotic palletizers includes single or dual pallet stations with manual load/unload, over/under pallet loading systems and fully automatic pallet load and unload functions with automatic slip sheet handling.
Many of Pearsons’ field-service technicians and field-service engineers live in and around most major US metropolitan areas to effectively support customers in their location if their packaging equipment fails to perform as expected. In addition, Pearson factory technicians and engineers regularly travel to customer sites for installation, commissioning, servicing, and troubleshooting.