Robotic picking and packaging

Solutions for robotic pick and place, and robotic packaging automation

As one of the most experienced robotic automation companies in Australia, John Hart Automation is your best choice for robotic picking and robotic packaging solutions that deliver the productivity and profitability you are looking for.

John Hart has been providing world class robotic automation systems and Fanuc robots to Australian manufacturers since 1983.

Fanuc robots for picking and packaging applications

John Hart Automation offer the most extensive range of Fanuc robots in Australia including a range of robots made exactly for packaging operations, making pick and place automation better than ever before.

Some Fanuc pick and pack robots are adapted specifically for use in primary food environments and certified to handle raw and fresh produce. As such, food handling robots and packing robots are built to handle alkaline, acidic, and wash-down conditions that this sometimes entails.

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John Hart Automation installed a turnkey robotic automation system inside the cold room which included a Fanuc M710iC50H palletising robot with a cold room suit and a custom built end-of-arm-tool to handle the delicate probiotic packaging.

Advantages of robotic picking and packaging

Picking and packing operations demand a lot from human operators, including uninterrupted speed, reliability, inspection, sorting, accuracy and dexterity. Robotic picking and packaging systems complete these tasks consistently at high speed without the need for breaks.

Pick and place

One of the most basic and essential tasks that can be completed with a robotic material handling system is pick and place. Robotic part picking and placing simply involves picking up an object from one location and placing it in another. Robotic part picking systems can achieve the high standards of speed, reliability, and accuracy that are expected from these processes today.


In industries like e-commerce, automatic handling and robotic packaging lines can be immensely beneficial when it comes to increasing throughput without jeopardising accuracy, precision, and quality.

Robotic packaging systems can be used for a variety of applications, such as: filling containers, applying labels, assembling boxes, erecting cartons, sealing bags and shrink wrapping products.