Axelent Australia headed to Queensland to once again support the annual industry-led Foodbank Hamper Packing Day. This year Axelent Australia also sponsored the purple Family Hamper Bags and hope to do so again next year.
The Australian Institute of Packaging led annual Foodbank Hamper Packing Day saw 270 volunteers packing 1200 Family Hampers, 300 Ladies Packs, 200 Back to School Packs and writing personal messages on 1700 Christmas cards. The team officially hit the $1 Million mark in donations and funds this year and have now packed 10,000 hampers for those in need over the last 9 years.
Axelent Australia are extremely proud of supporting Foodbank and such an amazing initiative and we would encourage everyone to get involved in the Annual Hamper Program either through time, goods or funds. Your contribution will make a difference to someone who otherwise may not be able to access basic food or personal hygiene items during the holiday season. The majority of the 1700 hampers will be distributed to families across Queensland in drought or bushfire affected regions.
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A fully automated assembly line with interoperable robots built in modules for flexible production and adaptable for future needs. The machine is designed and developed by our special machinery department at Axelent Engineering in collaboration with KUKA.
The number of manually controlled machinery workstations has decreased considerably since the early 2000s. Automatization and robot applications keep pushing people from the shop floors around the world.
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