Aggregation

Aggregation is the next step of traceability after the serialization. It is defined as building the parent-child hierarchy between the serialized product and its carrier unit (bundle, case, pallet). As VISIOTT, we provide you with our solutions, created with years of experience, for your aggregation processes.

VISIOTT, which has been producing solutions for aggregation operations since 2005, ensures that your products are traceable with Level 2, Level 3, and Level 4 software that follow the authorities and requirements such as DSCSA, FDA, EU-FMD, MDLP, ANVISA, SFDA, EPTTS, etc. You can view our products for your aggregation requirements according to the needs of your industry.

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MAS-100
VISIOTT Manual Aggregation Station is able to read multiple 1D/2D codes of the serialized products in a big surface by a special vision system. The solution aggregates the decoded
MAS-200
MAS-200 Manual Aggregation Station, which is prepared considering the aggregation needs of the industries in production, packaging, storage, and shipment operations
SMAS-100
Companies that want the advantage of speed in production to be at the maximum level combine aggregation and packaging processes in order not to compromise the speed of packing
MMS-100
Through our manual multifunctional station, you can manage your serialization and aggregation operations by using the simplest methods. A manual multifunctional station
ABAS-100
VISIOTT Automatic Bundle Aggregation Station, which has been designed in accordance with GMP guidelines, is an automatic solution for bundle aggregation operations.
SACP-100
Businesses that use cartons as packaging after serialization and perform packaging operations manually require the extra workforce. Preferring automated systems in operations
SASCP-100
Today which the traceability technologies develop very rapidly, the production operations of the industries also have to keep up with this development. VISIOTT offers rational and
SWAS-100
After the serialization operations, this station might function as a case aggregation when the cartons are placed into the case manually. The number of the products in the case is