Having celebrated huge success with the Samson Nano pallet wrapping system, with its unique ‘price per pallet’ charging system and bespoke inbuilt reporting software, the company launch the Ferret as a solution to big or awkward pallets that are unable to fit onto a standard turntable.
Developed by Italian engineers, Ferret is the direct translation of their name for the machine – ‘Viverra’, and seems quite apt for this little machine from a Yorkshire company that ferrets its way around difficult sized pallets.
The Ferret will be available on the same ‘price per wrapped pallet’ basis as the existing Samson Nano, meaning that the machine, as well as its maintenance and upkeep are capex free, as is the film – clients simply pay a fixed price per wrapped pallet. As with the Samson Nano, the machine is optimized to make the most of Samson’s Nano 33 layer stretchfilm, ensuring the best possible stability, and making sure that clients’ goods reach their destination in perfect condition.
The machine is fitted with inbuilt reporting software like its big brother, which means that clients can see how the machine is operating from wherever they may be.
“We are hugely excited about this addition to our range,” says Andrew Grant, Managing Director of Samuel Grant Packaging. “The Samson Nano Ferret solves a lot of the problems our clients were facing, and gives us the opportunity to assist a more diverse range of clients.”
Samuel Grant Packaging’s team of Samson Nano specialists pride themselves in solution-focussed customer service, and will work with clients to ensure that they save money, save time, save hassle, and moreover get exactly the pallet wrapping solution that works perfectly for their specific business requirements.
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