Danone Waters has opted to make handling pallets of Evian water on platforms safer and more streamlined before they are loaded onto trains, using Interroll heavy-duty gravity conveyors.
At the Publier site in the Haute-Savoie department of France’s Amphion-les-Bains region, the largest natural mineral water bottling plant in the world has had a makeover. The Danone Waters site spans 130,000 square meters. At the end of the line, the largest privately-owned railway station in France manages 65% of production, with the rest loaded onto the many trucks lined up in front of the plant. Every day, seven million bottles are shipped on the equivalent of 7,000 pallets. It takes robust and well-oiled logistics to maintain this pace. No malfunction can be allowed to interrupt this constant flow.
A simple solution to a complex problem
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