RAVAS Mobile Weighing Scales

Turn your logistical expenses into profit generators utilizing RAVAS mobile weighing solutions. Enhance your production and logistical processes by capturing and generating real-time data on material flows, including communication to TMS, WMS, or ERP business systems.

Our solutions

The iJack - When Time Equals Money, Every Second Counts

Introducing the New RAVAS iJack

Get your hands on an innovative mobile weighing electric pallet jack. It's the first mobile weighing electric pallet jack scale on the market.

Introducing the iJack. Built to lift, move, and weigh loads up to 4,000 lbs, the RAVAS iJack is the perfect choice for lift-gate delivery fees, store deliveries, retail and commercial flooring, heavy-duty warehouse applications, and more. It's the ultimate weigh-on-the-go efficiency.

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Creating Intelligence

Innovative technology

RAVAS innovative weighing systems technology enables you to obtain logistic data in the material flow with weighing and measuring in motion. Real-time data is transferred or integrated with your WMS or ERP system, supported by excellent service. That's why our partners rely on the RAVAS truck weighing system.

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Professional service

The RAVAS global service team is always ready to support you. Please reach out with your requests, spare parts orders and questions related to OIML certification, calibrations, and maintenance contracts.

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RAVAS is the leading manufacturer of mobile weighing systems worldwide. We manufacture and distribute weighing systems integrated with hand pallet trucks, warehouse trucks, and forklifts. In today's world of integrated information, RAVAS strives to give all its products optimal connectivity.


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In motion solutions, made to measure

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