Red Bud Receives Patent for Automatic Pallet Loader

June 2006
Metal Center News;Jun2006, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p87
Trade Publication
The article reports on the patent for Automatic Pallet Loader of Red Bud Industries, Red Bud, Illinois. The patent has been granted to Red Bud Industries for innovating a new product. This product called Automatic Pallet Loader which is useful in loading and positioning empty skids in the stacking system of blanking line.


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