Packaging & Sortation Solutions

For mail order and central fill pharmacies of any production volume

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    How Geisinger Grew Its Prescription Mail Order Program With Pharmacy Automation

    Geisinger wanted to expand mail order capacity, develop a solid home delivery program, and provide workload balancing. McKesson Prescription Automation prescribed an enterprise-level pharmacy automation solution that took care of all three. Here’s what they had to say.

Packaging Systems


The Script Pack Semiautomatic Packaging Systems are the solution of choice for tote and bottle/vial packaging applications throughout the Mail Order and Central Fill Pharmacy industry for pharmacies of any production volume and most package varieties.

The Script Pack System with Continuous Print printing technology allows the Script Pack to perform multi-function packaging (Tote & SuperTote or Vial/Bottle and SuperTote) on one packaging system without affecting throughput.

Script Pack Systems with Continuous Print Printing Technology offer 3 times the order queue capacity of previous Script Pack Systems and with significantly faster per order print speeds.

Sortation Systems

The FlexSort Multiple Bottle Order Sortation System is the most effective order sortation system available for Mail Order & Central Fill Pharmacy Puck Based order sortation. The FlexSort system includes 20 individual sortation lanes, each with the capacity to sort 5 orders per lane. The compact size of 8.4’ x 3’ and multiple level design maximizes packing density while minimizing floor space consumption. The FlexSort’s gravity-based conveyors offer simplicity, speed and efficiency in sorting and releasing of completed orders.

A woman in a Central Fill facility packing and sorting items

The Robotic Collator is a multiple bottle order collation system designed to work with Puck Based and Bottle Only Mail Order & Central Fill fulfillment systems. Designed to perform both Dispense to Ship (DTS) and Tote Merge of multiple bottle orders. Bottle (orders) are fed into the system on the single infeed lane. The robot is configured to perform both DTS and Tote Merge or multiple bottle orders. The system picks and assigns bottles to a temporary storage pockets while waiting for mates. Once all bottles (mates) for an order are collected, the Robotic Collator then performs the DTS or Tote Merge operation.

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