GS100 series

(St. Louis, Missouri, USA: November 13, 2006) FKI Logistex® (www.fkilogistex.com), a global leader in integrated material handling solutions, announces the launch of the new GS100 family of low-price, entry-level case palletizers. The GS100 series provides a cost-effective, fully automated palletizer for those organizations looking to convert from manual palletizing, as well as larger, multi-line operations where high-speed palletizing is not cost-justified.

Capable of speeds up to 30 cases per minute, and priced from USD 52,000 for the GS120 model, the GS100 series is ideal for a wide array of applications, including food, beverage, consumer goods, and general manufacturing. It offers the same heavy-duty construction, flexibility and reliability that are the trademarks of FKI Logistex's industry-leading mid- and high-speed palletizers.

"The launch of the GS100 series is a testament to our commitment to material handling equipment innovation, and to our reputation for quality palletizing solutions," says Ted Clucas, president, FKI Logistex Manufacturing Systems North America. "No other material handling company provides as broad a range of equipment choices as FKI Logistex."
The GS100 series includes three models for a complete range of pallet-handling options - the GS120 (manual pallet handling), GS130 (semi-automated pallet handling), and the GS140 (fully automated pallet handling). All three models feature all-metric designs, pattern utility and layer-editing functions, and premium drive components for reduced maintenance requirements. GS100 series palletizers are backed by the complete, 24/7 service and support of the industry-leading FKI Logistex Customer Service and Support (CSS) team.

For further information, including an online request-for-quote, please visit palletizers.fkilogistex.com.

For sales information, contact Jill Raab, marketing communications coordinator, FKI Logistex North America, by phone at (314) 993-4700 or by e-mail at [email protected].

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