Sharp® Automated Poly Bagging Machines
Sharp Packaging by Pregis manufactures poly bags and flexible packaging equipment, from semi-automatic machines to complete inline, fully automated packaging systems. We know each plant and packaging operation is unique, that's why we offer a range of machines with custom configurations and accessories to meet your needs.
Sharp Automated Bagging
Our bagging machines are able to seamlessly integrate into your automated packaging operation. Through customized in-feeds and accessories our machines can scan, pack, seal and print labels directly onto our bags for sorting and shipping.
Need a custom conveyor integration? Maybe your operation requires a special in-feed. Whatever your unique challenge is our team of expert packaging engineers will work for you to make sure your bagging operation keeps up with your demand.
The right film, gauge and features, guarantees top packaging performance. Sharp extrudes our own films using the highest grade resins available. Special features available include hang holes for retail display, vent holes or skip seals for air evacuation, and vertical or horizontal perforations for E-Z opening.
Fully Automated Integrations
Sharp integrates into any packaging environment! Our bagging machines are designed and built with off the shelf parts and standard Allen-Bradley PLC to easily integrate with infeeds, conveyors or robotics for a fully automated packaging environment. Save time and money. Increase throughput. Relieve labor constraints.
How2Recycle® Labels on Sharp Poly Bags
Show your commitment to sustainability!
How2Recycle®, the consumer-friendly labeling system has designated Sharp poly bags as recyclable at store drop off locations! Show your customers you're environmentally conscious by using Sharp poly bags for your packaging needs.Read the Press Release
Predictive Maintenance with Maxwell™
Maxwell™ Intelligent Interface offers a robust user interface that empowers packers with customization options and machine insights. Using advanced diagnostics, Maxwell monitors internal components and will alert technicians to potential wear and tear before a failure occurs to eliminate unscheduled downtime and ensuring your packaging facility keeps up with demand.
When do you need to invest in an automatic bagging machine?
Ecommerce sales have increased over the last three years, primarily due to the pandemic, but now shoppers are leaning into the convenience of having packaged goods delivered. This puts sellers in a situation where they need to adjust their packaging processes to keep up with demand.Learn More
Pregis partners with ProShip to help customers streamline their supply chain
With the significant – and seemingly never-ending – growth of e-commerce, improving efficiencies in the packaging, labeling, and shipping process is a must. With the labor challenges across warehouses and fulfillment centers, automation is proven to help relieve supply chain issues, increase shipping capacity, and cut down on time and labor. A win-win-win.Learn More
As E-Commerce Booms, Automation Can Help Offset Warehouse Labor Shortages
Warehouses and distribution centers struggling to keep up with e-commerce demand in a weak labor market should look to automation for efficiency and savings.Learn More
Pregis announces new film converting, equipment assembly facilities to support growth of its Sharp Packaging Systems brand
Pregis announces its new film converting facility in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, and new machinery assembly facility in Germantown, Wisconsin to meet growing e-commerce demands for its Sharp Packaging Systems® by Pregis brand of poly bagging solutions.Read the Press Release
Pregis announces new MAX-PRO 24 poly bagging system engineered to simplify operation, increase productivity
Pregis announces the North American launch of its Sharp Packaging Systems® MAX-PRO 24 continuous bagging system. This latest model in the MAX-PRO line can handle a wider range of products and bag sizes making it ideal for fulfillment operations with a broad e-commerce offering.Read the Press Release
Safety, Speed and Security: How Automation Boosts Throughput and Accuracy for Pharmaceutical Shippers
Retailers know the world of ecommerce is cutthroat and highly competitive. Online, a company’s reputation is only as good as its last delivery, and even a small error in service can quickly erode brand loyalty and retention. Still, the stakes are much higher for prescription drug providers, including pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). In the US, PBMs are third-party administrators of prescription drug programs for commercial health plans, self-insured employer plans, Medicare Part D plans, and government employee plans.Learn More
Ready to Punch In: Automated Packaging Provides a Reliable Answer to Labor Shortage
Automation could raise global productivity growth by 0.8 to 1.4 percent annually and about half of all the activities people are paid to do in the world’s workforce could potentially be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technologies. Learn more about how packaging automation is becoming a very impactful solution for growing companies.Learn More