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Bagging

The process of placing bulk mail into a large sack for delivery to the post office. Bagging has become less common as mailers increasingly use wooden planks capable of holding 2,000 pounds at a time.
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A few stores, including Grade A stores in Connecticut and Big Bear stores on the West Coast, have already made the switch back to paper as their primary bagging choice - all in the name of ecology.
Our bagging system absolutely minimizes the possibility of contact with cat waste, which is a particular benefit to this group.
All key settings for bagging jobs can be set-up, saved and recalled from the touch screen.
As reimbursement continues to tighten, brown bagging will increasingly be a challenge for patients, physicians, and practice administrators," said Christian Downs, JD, MHA, ACCC's Deputy Executive Director.
The bi-directional buffer hopper controls the flow of product to two weigh stations, thereby doubling the bagging capacity for a single product stream.
Art Schuette, Grain Division Manager, stated "We are excited about the expansion of our grain bagging system into Turkey.