Satisfy your safety needs!

Satisfy your safety needs!

At Sphere Global, we provide many companies with a wide variety of automation solutions to fully meet their Occupational Health and Safety needs. From conveyors to check-weighers, sortation devices to shipping and receiving systems to robotics, streamline your processes and maximise your efficiencies today!

Our Automation facilities enable businesses to create complete and unique systems in a variety of innovative ways. Some of our tailored solutions have been employed in a number of distribution centres across Australia.  We’ve helped workplaces transport goods throughout their organisation and reduce manual handling risks as a result.  Automated systems require no manual intervention and applications are as diverse as their benefits. They’re ideal for picking and packing processes, production lines, goods-to-person automation and direct-to customer order fulfillment.

The need for an automated system comes when demand is higher than human involvement.  They allow for rapid sortation, increased organisation and quicker transportation. Automated solutions can run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, without breaking a sweat!  This makes them ideal for workplaces seeking to improve their productivity and efficiency goals.

A well designed system can increase reliability, security, distribution efficiency and speed.  We pride ourselves on having qualified engineering staff to quote, build and install systems specific to your conditions. Let us help you and take a closer look at how we can improve your processes!  Our sales representatives can easily identify the right solution for your business. Contact us today on 1300 792 217 or visit our website at www.sphereglobal.com.au.

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