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A box folding machine with a twist – berry pints automatically added and boxes stacked ready for produce

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With the cost of labor and the difficulty in securing reliable labor, mechanization has been evolving. This is one such evolution that has merit along with up front costs. Does the customization of any sized box AND pints being added make up for the strain of employing a near dozen seasonal employees doing at least some part of this job year after year after year? There are many box folding tools in the world but how customizable are they and the labor to drop pints or other compartments into them is lacking. 

Does this have a place in your operation? Other than price, what questions would you have? Interested in an Ask the Export session with the creator?

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