Palletizing Craft Beer and Distilled Spirits
Compact Footprint, Concurrent Wrapping, and Budget are Critical for Craft Beer Palletizing
Craft brewers and distillers typically start out with a small production area giving up most the space available to the vats required for fermenting their particular nectar. Toptier's compact modular footprint affords breweries the ability to palletize beer and stretch wrap their loads in the smallest possible area.
Integrated concurrent stretch wrapping does not increase the overall footprint of the palletizer, and eliminates the need for the additional handling involved in a separate stretch wrapping system by palletizing and securing loads for direct shipment.
Craft brewers are all small businesses that have typically grown from a basement operation to gaining local and national notoriety. Along the way most of their budget is consumed with the cost of all of the stainless steel components required for the brewing process, but at some point their business matures to where packaging automation is required. TopTier's palletizing solutions afford them the ability to automate palletizing and stretch wrapping of their product at the lowest possible price point.
TopTier is the #1 selling line of palletizers in America, the #1 selling craft beer and distiller palletizing solution, and the global leader in concurrent stretch wrapping technology. TopTier's standard safety package features Catagory 3 electrical safety components and Performance Level D controlled entry safety enclosure. TopTier manufactures palletizers exclusively and serves both Fortune 1000 and mid-size companies. TopTier palletizers are engineered and built in a vertically integrated manufacturing facility located in Portland OR, USA.
"Craft Brewer Grows into Two-In-One Palletizer, Stretch Wrapper" from Matt Reynolds, Packaging World, Nov 2020
"Quality Conscious’ Canning" from Pat Reynolds, Packaging World, March 2020
"Palletizers get creative for eCommerce" Beverage Industry Magazine, July 2019
"Catching up on craft brewers" from Pat Reynolds, Packaging World, October 2017