reshipper

reshipper

(riːˈʃɪpə)
n
a person who reships cargo etc; a forwarding agent
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What's New: Wineries who receive their bottles in necksdown reshipper cases can automate their hand dumping operation, reduce costs, increase line speeds and ensure a consistent bottle supply to their filler with A-B-C's Model 49 decaser.
Carders in the market sell refined credentials to "account consumers" who may need additional help from a reshipper, money mule, or cashout provider to turn the account information into actual value.
Robotic Palletizers from Columbia/Okura can be tooled to depalletize tab-locked reshipper cases, returning them to production for further processing.
These amber acid bottles are available in 6-pack reshipper. O.
What's New: A-B-C offers an automated packaging solution for processors who manually unpack and repack bottles in reusable (reshipper) cases.
The supplier reports a "bladder-controlled end effector and funnel grid system provide product stability, while an automated flapcontrol system for reshipper RSC cases feeds the case into the loader at 37 cases per minute."
Case size variations are no problem for the Model 49 decaser that automatically unloads glass or plastic bottles and containers from necks-down reshipper cases, single files the containers and uprights the emptied cases to be conveyed to the case packer at speeds up to 75 cases per minute.
What's new: A-B-C's Model 49 decaser/single filer is designed for high-speed unloading of reshipper cases that ensure a continuous supply of empty bottles to your production line.
Bottle suppliers using reshipper cases can also benefit from this technology since they work with reverse-tapered bottles, according to Sinicrope.
When the firm is contract filling for a customer, typically it's corrugated reshippers in which the glass bottles arrive.