Quantronix' CubiScan 150 acquires OIML and MID certification

EXDS has announced that in addition to the NTEP-USA, Measurement Canada, and NMI-Australia legal-for-trade certifications, the CubiScan 150 (from Quantronix) has recently obtained equivalent type-approval to standards set by the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) and to the Measuring Instruments Directive (MID) of the European Union.

The CubiScan 150 is claimed to be an ideal tool to eliminate freight-carrier "charge-backs" by automating the dimensioning and weighing of parcels in manifesting/shipping applications.  It is user-installable, user-serviceable, and flexible enough to move anywhere in the warehouse.  And it is complemented by Quantronix' powerful Qbit data-interface software, allowing it to conveniently work with virtually any shipping- or warehouse management system (WMS) software.

According to Clark Skeen, President of Quantronix, "The CubiScan 150 is an economical and user-friendly solution for semi-automated manifesting (by a shipper) or freight-auditing (by a carrier).  Its capacitycombined with rugged durabilitymakes the 150 a powerful and productive tool.  And now, with OIML and MID certifications it is distinguished with added marks of quality and legal-for-trade type-approval."

CubiScan systems are also used in warehousing and transportation applications for storage-space planning, warehouse slotting, order picking, carton selection, order packing, and freight manifesting. Quantronix also offers a broad range of data-interface software solutions that collect, manage and transfer data to WMS, TMS, and manifesting/shipping systems.

About EXDS
EXDS are the UK reseller of the CubiScan range of Volumetric products used in the Logistics and Freight industries.  EXDS also offer rentals; maintenance and service support for the complete range of CubiScan products

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