From simple to complex palletizing environments, the Schneider Integrated Palletizer provides the appropriate approach to meet your rate and space goals. Varying degrees of automation can be achieved in this machine with components like conveyors, shuttle carts, and dispensers, while incorporating labelers, stretch wrappers, and other equipment. The Integrated Palletizer minimizes operator involvement through its smart design which saves on labor rates and boosts operational efficiency.


  • Multiple infeeds can be combined into individual or multiple palletizing cells with each robot responsible for multiple products giving enormous flexibility
  • Systems are configured for your facility to work within the space available on your plant floor
  • Complex end-of-arm tooling (EOAT), designed and built by Schneider, allows you to pick pallets, layer sheets and a variety of product SKUs without the need to changeover
  • Schneider-built drag chain conveyors and pallet dispensers provide a completely automated solution


OptiStak is a seamless and simple palletizing software that meets the production requirements of virtually any industry or product. With OptiStak, your operators can change patterns on the fly, optimize pallet configurations quickly, and avoid changeover delays—directly from the HMI.

OptiStak is an integrated software in the Schneider Modular Palletizers.

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Product Types
Cases, Bags, or Trays
Pallet Types
End-Of-Arm Tooling (EOAT)
Engineered and built by Schneider
Vacuum, Gripper, Spatula, Bag
PLC MicroprocessorRockwell Automation PLC
Power Requirements
480 Volt, 3 Phase
Standard: Painted, carbon steel
Visual Display
Rockwell Automation color touchscreen HMI
Meets ANSI/PMMU B155.1 Safety Standards


  • Stretch wrappers
  • Automated guided vehicles (AGV)
  • Drag chain/roller conveyor
  • Pallet dispensers
  • Labeling/coding/marking equipment
  • Bar code scanners
  • Integration with plant-wide ERP system
  • Customer requests or additional integrated options may also be available
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