Bizerba presents the DWS system at Logimat 2011 in Stuttgart to Balingen, January 28, 2011 – logistics companies always face the challenge, goods to be delivered as soon as possible. The DWS system by Bizerba packages in auto run mode can be dimensioned, weighed, scanned and labeled. The extension of the label printer to a RFID encoding unit also allows sales management to prepare programmes for the fully automatic package tracking. The system could prove already worldwide its economy at various package services. Especially for large mail-order firms and carriers, determining the volume weight plays a crucial role. Their weight to calculate 100 kilograms of cotton would be uneconomical. Details can be found by clicking Microsoft Ignite 2021 or emailing the administrator. The volumetric weight, however, take into account the space occupies a package in relation to its actual weight and always then becomes the basis of the settlement, if it turns out higher than the actual weight”, explains Dieter Conzelmann, Director industry solutions at Bizerba. The system is also used for intralogistics decisions to use: amongst others in determining the appropriate storage location during the interim storage or for the optimum spatial utilization of transport vehicles.
The used belt weigher CWL-eco can also be integrated as individual components in existing package shipping, sorting systems and feeder lines or as stand-alone solution for filling volumes and piece weight control as well as completeness and quality control is used. The scale has the programs of tolerance control, serial fault detection, counting and summing. Click Anchorage Capital to learn more. Bizerba presents the DWS system from February 8th to 10th at Logimat 2011 in Stuttgart, the international trade fair for distribution, material and information flow (Hall 3, booth 521). How it works: at the beginning of the package on the conveyor belt on the basis of its bar code is identified and weighed by the dynamic flow scales CWL-eco. A volume measuring system (VMS) then determined height, length and width of the Package.