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  • Utilizing Forklift Scales to Increase Productivity

    September 11, 2019

      We worked with an agriculture company that was having troubles obtaining information in an efficient manner. They were using forklifts to load pallets onto a floor scale to weigh the skids. This company had 2 floor scales and 5 wireless remotes, one for each forklift. The skids were weighed on the floor scale and […]

  • Filling System Based on Time or Weight

    February 4, 2019

                Data from the US Department of Labor declares performing physical activity and operating machinery constitutes 30% of time spent working (NCCI, 2017). Companies are wasting hundreds or thousands of dollars each year. GRM can custom engineer automated systems to better utilize resources, save time and money.   Problem A […]

  • 5 Questions You Should Answer Before Buying a Forklift Scale

    5 Questions You Should Answer Before Buying a Forklift Scale

    May 9, 2018

    Warehouses, logistic companies, and recycling centers alike are frequent users of forklifts trucks. Their speed, ability to precisely maneuver around obstacles, and varying capacities make them ideal for operational needs. Many of these industries take the simple skills of these vehicles to the next level investing in a forklift scale. This creates equipment that is […]

  • Simple Steps to Automate Your Precise Weighing Process

    Simple Steps to Automate Your Precise Weighing Process

    November 16, 2017

      A recent project gave Grand Rapids Metrology the opportunity to automate a customer’s manual process. We’re breaking down the project and explaining simple steps you can take towards automating your own weighing process.   PROJECT An international analytical instrument manufacturer had a slow, manual weighing process that was costing them unnecessary time and money. […]