Why The Best Cannabis Packaging Automation Is Like A Bque

The best packaging automation is like a BBQ. 

Let me explain.

We had one of our ActionPac Family BBQs last week, one of 2 or 3 a year. Roberto grills. Jerry makes his poppers. Minnie stacks the napkins. John brings the filet. Kollin plays originals. Kalee plays covers. Lucio smiles. It’s a team event.

It’s probably a lot like your family barbeques. Aunt Edna brings her famous potato salad. The neighbour brings his Green Bean Casserole. 

Maybe you’re our Roberto, the grill master. Someone brings the red, someone else the white.

It’s people doing what they do best in the name of the better party, the greater good. It’s the sum being greater than the parts. 

This might sound strange.

Working with ActionPac is like a BBQ.

The customer brings their goals and their frustrations, their vision and their challenges. You talk. We listen. 

What are your automation challenges? What have you used previously? What worked? What didn’t? What does success look like to you? What are your ROI numbers?

Tell me about your facility. Tell me about your assembly workers. What is their background? Are you committed to automation? 

Are they? What training have you had in the past? Was it enough? What worked?

Where do you see your business in 5 years? What pieces might you add to your automation system? Do you have the room?

Then, we grill it up. Make sure it’s cooked to perfection, just like Roberto’s carne asada.

It’s a team effort: engineering working programming working with production…, everyone doing their part for the greater good – your success.

If you’re looking for the best packaging automation success partner, a custom solution, not just an off the shelf machine, then call us. If you’re also looking for free lifetime support, visit. 

You can visit our machines here.

Let’s do a test drive. See your products on our machines before you buy.

Who knows. Maybe we’ll have something on the grill.

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