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CubiScan 100 Cubing System from Scale Components Installed at Major Pharma Company

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The CubiScan range of cubing and dimensioning systems manufactured by Quantronix in the USA is exclusively distributed in Australia by Scale Components .    

A CubiScan 100 cubing system was recently supplied to a major pharmaceutical company for use with their Warehouse Management System (WMS) in their Melbourne warehouse.  

Scale Components supplied the CubiScan 100 cubing system mounted on a trolley and fitted with a PC, rechargeable batteries as well as integrated inverter/recharging hardware to provide a mobile cubing system.  

The CubiScan 100 is the ideal tool for collecting weight and dimensions data of each and every item stored in the warehouse, accurately and efficiently. This data is required by the Warehouse Management Systems for their operation.  

Each stock item is placed onto the cubing system for the CubiScan 100 to assess its weight and dimensions while a bar code scanner captures the item’s part and identity details.  

The CubiScan 100 cubing system is designed to work and interface with the WMS software to facilitate storage location selection, order picking, carton selection and shipment planning.  

The CubiScan 100 cubing system is compatible with case packing/ load optimisation software packages, eliminates manual data entry and protects data integrity.  

When generating a picking list for client orders, the WMS uses the weight and dimensional data from the cubing system to calculate the exact weight and dimensions of the combined items, and then identifies the required carton size for packing and freighting of the goods.  

In addition to the cubing systems, Scale Components also supplies a full range of high speed in-motion weighing and data capture systems that are ideal for use in the freight and logistics industries.

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