Automation

    Why Automate?

    Investing in automation can help move your business forward and increase operational efficiencies.

    Increase Efficiency

    Increase production with longer working hours and less human error.

    Minimize Risk

    Lower the risk of contamination by reducing the number of people touching a unit of food.

    Enhance Traceability

    Easily track a product in the case of a recall or quality concern with certain items. Locate a unit of food and remove it before an issue occurs.

    Reduce Waste

    Weigh products more easily with the option to add or remove food to get to the correct weight. Eliminate the need of discarding products.

    Why Finance?

    Avoid Obsolescence

    Make your facility run as efficiently and safely as possible with up-to-date, automated equipment.
     

    Preserve Cash

    Take advantage of historically low rates and save your cash to invest in other areas of your business such as your employees or emergency purchases.
     

    Align Payments to Revenues

    Automation projects can be expensive. Increase or decrease payments to align with the expected profitability of the new equipment.
     

    Complete Project Financing

    Finance up to the total cost of the project including equipment and soft costs such as software updates, installation costs, and consulting fees. 

          Common Automation Projects:

    • Processing Lines

    • Conveyors

    • Robotics

    • Packaging Equipment

    • Warehouse Automation Systems

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