More and more, manufacturers within the industry are realizing the benefits of providing perfect boxes to their customers… improved client trust and retention, fewer instances of damaged product due to defective boxes, increased volume, and a higher price per box. We noticed this change as it was happening years ago and started quickly working on new technology to meet the required need to innovate the old standard.
Well, a young, dynamic company named ClearVision Technologies, Inc. out of Vancouver, Canada, started by a group of talented entrepreneurs, beat everyone to the punch. With a devote focus to solve the industry’s issue by creating the best camera inspection technology, and to do it first, they were recognized by the very strongest companies as the solution that could actually guarantee a perfect box for its customers. Their expertise built from years of research and working one on one with customers to discover an innovative vision inspection solution produced thousands of real examples showing exactly how they could now do this. After successful installation at one of the largest integrators, the product went to market. As a result, it wasn’t hard for others to realize the decision to invest in ClearVision™.
Valco Melton quickly recognized that ClearVision™ had become the corrugated industry standard. As the leading adhesive dispensing company in the industry for almost 40 years, we wanted to make sure that the camera inspection experts joined our team. The synergies of the two companies were perfect, and so ClearVision™ was added to Valco Melton’s umbrella of solutions for adhesive dispensing and vision inspection.
With the added knowledge and experience from Valco Melton’s adhesive application division, ClearVision™ has continued to show the industry how it can also find peace in The Perfect Box™. To date, more than 284 box plants worldwide have discovered the gains and additional cost benefits with ClearVision™ box inspection and bundle ejection systems:
- Detection systems only spray bad boxes.
- Operators cannot be relied upon to remove bad boxes.
- Research shows fewer than 10% of sprayed boxes are removed.
- You cannot promise your customers 100% quality unless you are certain of removing non-conforming product.