Vehicle Weighing Solutions Ltd (VWS) – Stand M2
Vehicle Weighing Solutions Ltd (VWS) will be giving live demonstrations of its integrated bin-weighing and software system at Letsrecyclive, showing visitors how the systems combine to manage all waste collection and management processes end-to-end.
VWS specialises in the design, manufacture, installation and service of underbody weighing, bin weighing, overload protection systems, axle weighbridges and waste management software.
The company will be showcasing its ENVIROWEIGH bin weighing system alongside PurGo, a market leading next generation ERP waste management and recycling software system that combines effortlessly with weighing systems and most business systems.
Together the two systems provide an integrated business management system that pin-points profits by planning, tracking and reporting all activities including billing and payment management. The weights and measures approved ENVIROWEIGH bin-weigher from VWS is arguably the most accurate dynamic system available in the market place, weighing each load to within 1 kg.
Operators can monitor every collection and calculate the profitability of each round, as well as be alerted immediately regarding any issues with access or overweight bins. The PurGo system produces a wide range of reports that are crucial for the efficient operation of the business as well as providing important information for customers.
Julian Glasspole. Managing Director, VWS, said: “I like the focus on live equipment and vehicle demonstrations at Letsrecyclelive. The show provides an excellent opportunity for waste operators to see our systems in action. Our customers tell us that our combined solution pays for itself in a short time, which says it all!”
VWS will also be demonstrating its award winning VOPS™2 (Vehicle Overload Protection System), which is easy to install, extremely accurate and helps prevent overloading from occurring. VOPS™2 can be fitted to most types of commercial vehicle ranging from 3.5t GVW and it doesn’t rely on springs or transducers. Load sensors are installed between the axle and the body of a vehicle to detect the load applied to the axles.