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Global Investment

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We caught up with Automated Packaging Systems’ President and CEO Cliff to find out why he believes there’s never been a better time to invest in the future

Automated Packaging Systems has invested heavily in manufacturing worldwide over the past decade, to keep pace with current demand and planned growth.

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Shopping Basket For Service And Support

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Even the most reliable systems need maintenance and repair. For that reason Automated Packaging Systems make sure to put time and effort into top class service and support. So next time you’re shopping for a system that’s critical to business performance, ask about plans to keep your production up and running and see if they measure up.

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New Series Baggers: How are they different?

Autobag 500 Series Bagging Systems' AutoTouch Control Screen

Autobag 500 series takes automated bagging to a new level. Our flagship AB180 bag packaging system has been a mainstay for customers for nearly 20 years, but here at Automated Packaging Systems we believe there is always room for improvement.

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Keeping up with e-commerce trends

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Online retail in the UK is big business – in 2017 it was valued at an incredible £13.7 billion.
Busy lifestyles and a faster pace of living are two of the key factors.
With rising sales come a rise in consumers’ expectations, so it’s important that mail order companies can meet this increase in demand.
Consumers are no longer willing to wait even a couple of days for delivery, and 30 per cent are happy to pay an additional fee for next-day delivery. 

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Industry 4.0 and mail order: How Automated Packaging Systems has futureproofed for its customers

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Everyone is talking about Industry 4.0. Talking about the changes that technology is bringing, primarily to engineering and manufacturing and how organisations can keep up with the evolution.

Online retail has been on a steep trajectory for the last decade with online sales last year tipping the £133bn mark. Coupled with the fourth industrial revolution, online retail is becoming more sophisticated both in its profiling of customers and its dispatching processes. It’s important to consider key areas where digital advances are being made and how this can help online retailers.

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