Food Industry

Palletizing solutions for Food and Beverage industry
Palletizing solutions for Food and Beverage industry
Palletizing solutions for Food and Beverage industry

Palletizing in Food & Beverage industry

Food industry and stacking products

For stacking products on pallets (palletizing) in food industry, we focus on products packed/transported in bags, crates and boxes like: grains, rice, corn, sugar, salt, coffee, cocoa, cereals, flour, milk powder, bakery materials and flour. Verbruggen palletizers can handle bags from 2,5 kg (5 lbs) up to bags of 75 kilos (165 lbs), boxes in different sizes and also bags in boxes.

Verbruggen’s history in Food industry

Verbruggen originally started in the agriculture. The first Verbruggen palletizer was sold to a potato farmer, back in 1991. From this starting point, agricultural industry became the first and largest market of Verbruggen. Over the years an enormous number of machines was installed all over the world, bringing ultimate solutions for stacking potatoes, onions and carrots in bags, crates and boxes.

Over the years, thanks to our innovative drive and solution-oriented engineering, the machines improved constantly, resulting in a current superior functionality, reliable equipment and great product results by our world-famous palletizing machines. Verbruggen receives a progressive and trusted reputation among food producers worldwide.

Food products for palletizing applications

Palletizing solutions for Food applications

Verbruggen has extensive experience in stacking various products in food industry such as grain, rice, corn, coffee beans and flour. Our team of engineers are continually innovating and developing our machines and software, allowing us to offer the most technically advanced & effective palletizing solutions possible.

The list of “v” USP’s

Based on our extensive experience in palletizing, Verbruggen palletizers offer the following advantages in stacking your bags, boxes or crates with products:

  • Stack units in the range of 2.5 kg/5 lbs to 50 kg/120 lbs.
  • High flexibility for future changes in product sizes and patterns.
  • System can palletize single bags, bags in boxes and boxes/crates.
  • Perfectly stable stack to the height of 2.5 metres / 8 feet.
  • Easy to use operator station, low maintenance machinery for high up time.
  • Regional based sales and service.
  • Remote monitored support, ready to be integrated in your ERP system.

Videos of palletizing solutions in Food industry



Different boxes with cheese

Boxes with fried onions

Crates with packed food

Crates with shrimps

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Handling bags
Up to 10 per minute

VPM 7-14 Series

Handling bags
12 – 40 per minute


Handling cartons/boxes
15 – 20 per minute


Handling cartons/boxes
Up to 120 per minute

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Why choose a Verbruggen Palletizer for Food industry?

Gentle product handling
Verbruggen palletizers are particularly suitable for processing bags (of food) because of special features allowing round and irregular shape of the units to be stacked in a compact and tall format up to 2,5 meters.

Verbruggen’s own intelligent software enables the use of 20 possible stacking patterns, which makes it easy for customers to choose the best stacking patterns when palletizing different sizes of bags. It is also possible to combine bags and boxes or stack bags in boxes.

High speed stacking and accuracy
Verbruggen palletizers deliver high quality stacking in a high speed. Automated stacking of bags, crates or boxes from 10 to 40 bags per minute, and up to 120 boxes per minute

Local service availability
Besides our own branch offices in The Netherlands, USA, China and Bangladesh, we have an extended network of partners worldwide offering local service availability.

Good ROI; save labor costs and space
Choosing a Palletizing solution of Verbruggen will not only save labor costs and provide a better and more save working environment. It also saves space in storage and transport. Finally it also reduces product loss due to unstable and damaged stacks. Altogether a healthy investment, and we are more than happy to help calculate your ROI.