Case Studies

Read our case studies, and learn how LaborSave helped companies similar to yours to overcome challenges, improve efficiency and save money.

Client: Large companyIndustry: PlasticsLocation: TurkeyThrough-put: 400-500 tons (per day)Model: LaborSave VHCYear: 2007The Challenge: Stopping man-made contamination of raw materials.
Client: Large companyIndustry: PlasticsLocation: BelgiumThrough-put: 500 tons (per day)Model: LaborSave VHCYear: 2005The Challenge: Enhancing sack handling efficiency.
Client: Large, public company Industry: Plastics (blow and cast film) Location: Germany Through-put: 500 tons (per day) Model: LaborSave HC Year: Q1 2007 The Challenge: Economizing on raw material and labor costs.
Client: Small, private companyIndustry: Plastics (blow-film production)Location: SpainThrough-put: 10-15 tons (per day)Model: LaborSave HCYear: early 2006The Challenge: Overcoming workers’ anxiety of manually emptying sacks.
Client: Large, private companyIndustry: Plastics (blow-film production)Location: IndiaThrough-put: 75-90 tons (per day)Model: LaborSave VHCYear: 2011The Challenge: Solving the problem of hopper contamination
The Cutting Edge of Raw Material Handling The method in which factories choose to receive their raw materials is ubiquitous, where sacks are abandoned for rail or silos in expectations of achieving cost-savings, only to return to sacks when it’s determined that rail and silo delivery is far from cost-efficient. An automated method of sack handling has gripped the attention of many companies by solving some of the most pressing labor, safety and efficiency challenges facing factories today, and may be the final word for manufacturers considering sack or silo. The Cost of Handling Raw Materials Raw material processing is…