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Automated Mailing & Bagging Solutions

Pregis Automated Mailing & Bagging Solutions are engineered to optimize processes, solve labor challenges, and drive operational output. Backed by the power of Pregis engineering and service support, our automated solutions portfolio will seamlessly fit into packing operations and immediately impact throughput.


Industry-Trusted Automated Bagging Machines

Purpose-built to enhance packing processes, our Pregis Sharp™ automated bagging machines are designed with operators in mind. Their simple yet powerful configurations allow a single operator to produce the same output as four manual packers. These bagging systems are calibrated to run seamlessly with both Pregis paper and poly mailing solutions, allowing for a tailored, sustainable approach to fulfillment.


Quality Automated Bags and Mailers You Can Trust

Pregis proudly manufactures curbside recyclable paper and recycled content poly solutions in-house, ensuring we can deliver high-quality products tailored to unique needs.  Robust domestic production enables reliably fast turnaround, helping to minimize downtime during high-volume peak seasons.

How Automated Bagging Solves Fulfillment Challenges

Automated bagging equipment is a game-changer for companies facing fulfillment challenges, such as keeping up with high order volumes, and offers a crucial advantage for companies experiencing rapid growth. It supports operations during peak seasons and enables companies to maintain efficiency and productivity even during periods of rapid expansion. By automating the packaging process, these systems ensure that companies can meet demand without sacrificing quality or efficiency.


Increasing Efficiency Through Automation

Automatic bagging systems handle the same volume as four manual packers, requiring only one operator; these machines make a significant difference when labor is scarce. They also significantly impact labor overhead, providing a cost-effective solution for streamlining fulfillment processes.

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An automated bagging machine is a semi-automated piece of equipment that drives operational efficiency and solves labor challenges by allowing a single operator to pack and seal products into bags or mailers.

Automated packaging systems, like bagging equipment, allow for optimized operational output. Bagging machines, like the Pregis Sharp line, can produce the same throughput with 1 machine and 1 operator as 4 manual packers, maximizing volume while solving labor and process challenges.

Automated packaging machines connect with your warehouse management system (WMS) to transfer product details or shipping information onto mailers or bags. The warehouse system signals to the bagger that a new consumable or item needs to be packed; the bagger then prints the pertinent information and presents the open bag to an operator to pack. Once a product is packed and the operator hits a button, the bag is sealed and ready for inventory or shipment.

Yes, you can think of a bagging machine as an advanced printer that also happens to help pack products. Pregis Sharp™ machines utilize Zebra printers, the market's most commonly used warehouse printers, meaning the baggers will easily connect to warehouse management systems (WMS) to build on your existing packing process. When a label is sent from your system, it is instantly transferred to the printer on the bagging machine and can be processed and packed in real time.

When choosing a bagging machine, consider what bag sizes it can handle, whether it integrates easily into your warehouse system, if it's designed to be operator-friendly, and if it comes with service and assistance to ensure the continuity of your packing operations.

Output will depend on many factors, such as WMS, bagger connections, labor processes, and product type, but typically, adding a bagger to your operations will push your throughput to about 8-12 bags per minute. These varying factors are why selecting a bagger that easily integrates into your warehouse processes is crucial.

Different types of automated bagging machines are compatible with different materials. The most versatile machines should be able to handle poly bags and mailers. Newer, more advanced bagging equipment, like the Pregis Sharp™ MaxPro series, can also run poly and paper consumables.

Automated Poly Bags are consumables that help companies optimize their fulfillment and inventory processes. They run on automated bagging machines that utilize a single operator and print shipping details or product information on the poly bags or mailers. Automated poly bags typically have a pre-set width and length and are pre-sealed on three sides, with the final side being sealed by the bagger once an operator has loaded the product. Poly bags can come in a variety of film blends and can have special features, such as return strips, vent holes, and hang holes.

Pregis: The Bagging Authority

Expert Consultation in Automation

At Pregis, you're never alone in the buying process. Our specialists go beyond just selling automated bagging solutions — they assess each unique warehouse, set-up, and process to provide personalized recommendations. Understanding your needs ensures you get the right bags and mailers to optimize your processes and boost output volume. 


Masters of Application Engineering 

At Pregis, we take pride in our mastery of application engineering. Our dedicated team of application engineers ensures your equipment is optimized to run as efficiently as possible. They meticulously fine-tune settings and configurations to maximize performance and minimize downtime. Additionally, we offer product application testing before purchase, providing peace of mind that our solution will work seamlessly with your products. 


Service and Support You Can Count On

Rest assured, our automated solutions are backed by the power of Pregis engineering and support, and we are ready to ensure the timely, seamless integration of your automated bagging equipment.


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