Leading global supplier of precision instruments and services, Mettler Toledo has recently launched a new web-based resource to help manufacturers optimise piece counting and quality control efforts.
Enhanced piece-count accuracy can help manufacturers protect profit margins in a climate of increased competition and rising material costs.
Piece counting precision has become a critical concern for quality managers worldwide as errors can result in disappointed consumers, or dissatisfied manufacturing partners and vendors taking their business elsewhere.
Conversely, systematic overfilling can significantly reduce profit margins for the manufacturer in a highly competitive marketplace.
Available in twelve languages to serve companies worldwide, Mettler Toledo’s new piece counting web resource is comprehensive as well as easy to navigate and explores proven scale-based methods to enhance piece-counting precision. The web guide also lists functional areas such as shipping, receiving, warehousing, production and packaging where piece counting can provide critical support.
Solutions include tips on choosing a scale that is easily integrated into existing line operations, enhances data management, and results in years of flawless operation with minimal maintenance.
Mettler Toledo’s new piece counting web resource also includes implementation case studies, calculators demonstrating savings achieved through accurate piece counts and an order form for a free CD-ROM-based piece-counting guide.
A quick selection guide also assists with finding appropriate products including printer, label design and second-scale options.
Key features of Mettler Toledo’s new piece counting web resource:
- Helps manufacturers understand the concept of multifunctional piece counting by weight
- Calculates how much money can be saved with accurate piece counts
- Explains specific problems that can be solved by the right scale
- Intuitive piece counting web guide with user-friendly interface
- Troubleshooting includes how to avoid human error and reasons for scale inaccuracies in piece counting