Cape Pack Essentials is a simple and practical program for solving pallet loading problems. Use this pallet loading software and within a few seconds of entering your data you can view a range of on-screen diagrams and reports so finding the right pallet pattern is easy. Solutions and reports are stored in the cloud to easily share and review with colleagues and stake holders anywhere in the world.
This trial includes full Cape Pack Advanced functionality.
Cape Pack delivers next generation palletization in the Cloud, and is the first to offer an end-to-end solution via a Cloud platform, from data input and calculations to reporting.
Additional new cloud features enable you to:
The new interface makes it very easy for users to make critical, up-to-the-minute, changes shareable within anyone, anywhere. As a result, you can accelerate design and approval processes and cut cycle times. Whilst at the same time building more efficient pallet patterns and optimizing cube space utilization.
This program calculates pallet patterns for fixed or known secondary package sizes. You enter the size of the bottle, box, tray, case, bag, etc. that is to be placed directly onto the pallet. It will allow you to calculate pallet patterns on 3 different sets of pallet restrictions at one time in order to compare efficiencies.
A separate program will allow you to create Display Pallets with mixed case or tray sizes.
You can use this program for a single mixed load or you can fill a full order of items with the Order Fulfillment option.
Our Knocked-Down-Flat program is perfect for helping estimate full loads of flat cases that are to be shipped to your customer.
Companies around the world are using Esko’s Cape Pack and Cape Truckfill to reduce their ecological footprint. Cape Pack is dedicated palletizing software that allows you to improve product sizing and to create new case sizes, build the most efficient pallet design; and improve material and cube utilization.
Using Cape Pack software, one of the world’s largest pre-packaged food companies optimized its packaging and pallet layout. The results speak for themselves: