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MATH.PACK – 3D packing calculation for load carriers

Packing image calculation for optimal loading and stability

Mathematics is a fascinating science. And it’s not just a theoretical science – it also offers practical solutions oriented towards real needs. And this is exactly what MATH.PACK does, it calculates optimal loads, not only for carriers such as palettes and roll containers but also for loading trucks.

Thanks to its modular and expandable set-up, MATH.PACK can take special customer requests into account. MATH.PACK creates a packing calculation which allows maximum utilisation and stability.

The 3D packing calculations include numerous options:
• Guaranteeing stability by recognising and avoiding unstable “towers”. It instead interlocks the loads so that they support each other

• It takes the load and load capacity into account
• It specifies the permitted article orientation
• Various packing forms (closed, open, different boxes, etc.)
• Keeping groups of goods and the same articles together on the load carriers, as well as within the load carriers
• Use of different loading devices for each order (for example. roll containers, Europa pallets, boxes, etc.)
• Packaging imaging mean robots can be utilised

This is where MATH.PACK really comes into play:
• It reduces the number of loading devices needed (pallets, roll containers, trucks, etc.) by packing the objects closer together and via intelligent pre- planning
• It reduces the number of breakages
• Intelligent distribution according to the groups of goods reduces the time needed to store the objects
• It increases the order picking quality