Seven new weighbridge test units from Avery Weigh-Tronix have commenced duty on British roads.
The company claims that the new units give them the largest fleet of any service provider in the UK, and says they will help Avery Weigh-Tronix improve response times to customer calls.
Weighbridges are business-critical assets for thousands of companies across the country, which are unable to legally trade if their weighbridges are out of order. For a weighbridge to be compliant with the law, it must be verified that it is weighing accurately when installed or repaired.
“Our new fleet allows us to improve speed of service delivery, a critical factor for many weighbridge operators who need to keep downtime to a minimum,” said Pam Shields, UK Business Manager for Avery Weigh-Tronix.