TLS makes a full assessment of the wishes and requirements before constructing a pallet wrapper machine so we know beforehand what we have to do to bring a project to a successful conclusion. The purchasing department, the planning and control office, the sales department and the project manager meet with the electrical, mechanical and software engineers to discuss the work and coordinate deadlines. Because of the teamwork between our engineers, the drawings and plans overlap perfectly, and we can adapt each machine to the customer's specific requirements. TLS machines work with the same basic operating system, which enables us to channel all our expertise into the ongoing development of the software. The last part of the production process before delivery by our service engineers is an FAT (Factory Acceptance Test). After the FAT, the machine is installed on site and the way it operates is explained in detail to the operators.
Because TLS and Hak Giessen have an excellent working relationship that dates back years, and after having installed two Borst machines on site in the past, Hak Giessen opted for a third tried and trusted Borst machine from TLS.
TLS supplied a Borst P2100 complete with a modular system. This means that a large number of parts are interchangeable between various models. The safety level was also increased by placing additional light screens. Our two companies worked together to create the right solution!
Ardo B.V. based in Zundert requested TLS to carry out a conversion upgrade. A Borst P2500 was already in operation on site, but it could no longer keep up with the rising capacity requirements and no room was available for an extra machine. This particular problem was solved by fitting a double arm on the previously installed Borst P2500 to give it a guaranteed capacity of up to 90 pallets per hour.